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From SunilVasanta <>
Subject Re: Implementing a cdn using apache traffic server
Date Tue, 31 Mar 2015 05:23:05 GMT

I think you can definitely use ATS for your requirement  and as I know 
most of content provider or CDN use reverse proxy mode. Transparent 
proxy makes sense when your provisioning VAS
like video optimization or  third party content caching.

Sunil Vasanta

On 25-03-2015 14:46, Randeep wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm working in a Media company which sells its own hybrid set top box 
> on which we can see the video on demand content.
> We are designing our own national wide private network which connects 
> most of the cities so that the users in the cities get a buffering 
> less video experience.
> We would like to implement a caching server on each city POP for 
> caching the most used content.
> Our content is encrypted content. We provide VOD as well as live 
> channels. VOD format is encrypted mp4 and live is encrypted DASH. In 
> DASH, manifest file(.mpd) is not encrypted.
> Whether its VOD or Live the client will be requesting the byte range. 
> Not the entire file.
> Can we use ATS for this? If we can, is it better to use it as reverse 
> proxy or transparent proxy?
> Regards,
> Randeep
> Mob: +919880050349 <tel:%2B919880050349>[B'lore]


Sunil Vasanta

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