The 27th Chaos Communication Congress is about to start and the fabulous people at FEM have once again set up video streams for those of us who are not able to attend the congress in Berlin.

To help them out with bandwidth, I'll be providing a relay for all three WMV streams (possibly later for the H264 too).

There seems to be an issue with demuxing when watching the stream using totem/gstreamer. If your are affected by this, please try the official streams which do not seem to have this problem.

They are reachable through IPv4 and IPv6, though the IPv6 upstream is just ah HE tunnel, so don't expect best performance if connection over IPv6 to the relays. Hopefully I can get a native IPv6 uplink for the next year.

VLM commands for VLC to set up relays:

new Saal1 broadcast enabled loop input "mms://" output #std{access=http,mux=asf,dst=:8201} new Saal2 broadcast enabled loop input "mms://" output #std{access=http,mux=asf,dst=:8202} new Saal3 broadcast enabled loop input "mms://" output #std{access=http,mux=asf,dst=:8203}

Enter them into the VLM interface of VLC and start (play) each broadcast to get them up and running.