Screensharing with basic example

Hi,

we’ve modify socket.io config in erizoClient to works through https
connections. Note that you have to modify basic server including https
support (you need to create ssl key and cert previously):

var fs = require(“fs”),
var https = require(“https”);

var options = {
key: fs.readFileSync(‘key.pem’).toString(),
cert: fs.readFileSync(‘cert.pem’).toString()
};

var server = https.createServer(options, app);
server.listen(443);

I’m going to publish this thread in our developers list (
lynckia@googlegroups.com) in order to help people with the same problem!

Regards,2013/6/11 Brendan Wreford brendan@wreford.id.au

Lynckia team,

I was testing your basic example, and modifying the code to support screen
sharing (http://lynckia.com//licode/screen-sharing.html).

I had issues with this working. SocketIO communicates over HTTP, and I
believe this stops Chrome letting me share my screen as https is required.

Any thoughts?

Brendan.

Álvaro

Hi,

the cert key is used to access your web server. The connection to erizo
controller (using the URL in the token) is made using websockets so I think
that is not a problem.

Regards,
Álvaro2013/6/12 Wubin vvubin@gmail.com

I remember the nuve token contains a server IP address instead of a domain
name, so the browser will still complain that the cert key is not valid.
Please correct me if I am wrong.

-w

On Wednesday, June 12, 2013 5:49:25 AM UTC-4, Álvaro Alonso wrote:

Hi,

we’ve modify socket.io config in erizoClient to works through https
connections. Note that you have to modify basic server including https
support (you need to create ssl key and cert previously):

var fs = require(“fs”),
var https = require(“https”);

var options = {
key: fs.readFileSync(‘key.pem’).**toString(),
cert: fs.readFileSync(‘cert.pem’).**toString()
};

var server = https.createServer(options, app);
server.listen(443);

I’m going to publish this thread in our developers list (
lyn...@googlegroups.com) in order to help people with the same problem!

Regards,

2013/6/11 Brendan Wreford bre...@wreford.id.au

Lynckia team,

I was testing your basic example, and modifying the code to support
screen sharing (http://lynckia.com//licode/**screen-sharing.htmlhttp://lynckia.com//licode/screen-sharing.html
).

I had issues with this working. SocketIO communicates over HTTP, and I
believe this stops Chrome letting me share my screen as https is required.

Any thoughts?

Brendan.

Álvaro


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Álvaro

I remember the nuve token contains a server IP address instead of a domain
name, so the browser will still complain that the cert key is not valid.
Please correct me if I am wrong.

-wOn Wednesday, June 12, 2013 5:49:25 AM UTC-4, Álvaro Alonso wrote:

Hi,

we’ve modify socket.io config in erizoClient to works through https
connections. Note that you have to modify basic server including https
support (you need to create ssl key and cert previously):

var fs = require(“fs”),
var https = require(“https”);

var options = {
key: fs.readFileSync(‘key.pem’).toString(),
cert: fs.readFileSync(‘cert.pem’).toString()
};

var server = https.createServer(options, app);
server.listen(443);

I’m going to publish this thread in our developers list (
lyn...@googlegroups.com <javascript:>) in order to help people with the
same problem!

Regards,

2013/6/11 Brendan Wreford <bre...@wreford.id.au <javascript:>>

Lynckia team,

I was testing your basic example, and modifying the code to support
screen sharing (http://lynckia.com//licode/screen-sharing.html).

I had issues with this working. SocketIO communicates over HTTP, and I
believe this stops Chrome letting me share my screen as https is required.

Any thoughts?

Brendan.

Álvaro