LiveU Solo Wireless Live Video Streaming Encoder for Facebook Live, Twitch, YouTube, and Twitter Live Video Streams

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LiveU Solo Wireless Live Video Streaming Encoder for Facebook Live, Twitch, YouTube, and Twitter Live Video Streams

LiveU Solo Wireless Live Video Streaming Encoder for Facebook Live, Twitch, YouTube, and Twitter Live Video Streams

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When moving from the Home screen to the Main screen, the Interfaces option is initially selected, as shown above. The selected option is highlighted in gray on the screen. However, almost all modern (sold in the last 3 years) modems now use another technique to provide bandwidth to a host device - virtual ethernet ports. Why? the answer is pretty straightforward: this makes host OS support much more general, and alleviates the need for specialized drivers on the host OS. Especially for modems sold to consumers, its easy to see why this method of acting like a virtual ethernet port is beneficial to these devices. I think, if you read this far, you probably now see why this is a bad idea. This is a guaranteed conflict as the LAN and WiFi are coming from the same router. You Plug in One Modem But I Also Join WiFi

The LiveU Solo is a video encoder offering one-touch, wireless live streaming, directly from your camera or switcher to Facebook Live and delivers professional quality video streams without a large crew, lots of equipment or steep learning curve. LiveU Solo lets online broadcasters of all sizes live stream HD video content directly to any online video provider - from anywhere. Features

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The Interfaces option in the Main screen indicates the number of active interfaces out of the total number of interfaces on the LiveU Solo. In the example to the left, 4/4 means that there are four active interfaces out of the four total interfaces on the unit (2 x cellular, 1 x WiFi and 1 x Ethernet network interface). Get the most out of your LiveU Solo SDI/HDMI with the LiveU Reliable Streaming Service. Patented cloud bonding & encoding service for maximum bandwidth and ultimate reliability using LiveU Reliable Transport (LRT).

Your unit may also show some variations of these issues. The exact behavior can differ slightly based on exact modems, and by random factors like the boot sequence of connections - any combination of these behaviors may be a sign of IP Conflict. Sometimes, the device may only let you set the "third octet", the "1" in this example: 192.168.1.0/255.255.255.0 hours of untethered streaming. Broadcast time can be extended by 4-6 hours per Power X1 External Battery . This is step 1 - you will need to access the settings of whatever device you are trying to change: USB modem, MiFi, phone used in tethering, your WiFi router, etc. And, because you have 256 values to choose from, its pretty easy to choose values that are not likely to conflict with other WiFi, MiFis or your phone. Just avoid relatively low numbers (1 and 8 and 10, for example) and instead use some medium range values (12, 22, 32, whatever you want) and your chances that some other device in the wild has used that same number is very low.

Detecting IP Conflict

Select Disable and press the Center ( OK) button to disable the interface. The Disable button of the interface changes to Enable, indicating that the interface is currently disabled. Once a cellular USB dongle (that contains a valid and working data SIM) has been connected to either (or both) these ports, the Solo will automatically dial and connect the dongle, updating the information accordingly. If you have any doubt or unsure, please open a support case and the support team can help identify for sure if the issue is IP conflict. About Subnets and IP Routing Select Enable and press the Center ( OK) button to enable the interface. The Enable button of the interface changes to Disable, indicating that the interface is currently enabled.

This might all start to feel a little overwhelming, with concerns like "How will I never know they are not conflict?" and "if everything favors this 192.168.x.x stuff, won't everything conflict?". Once you have your account created, you will be asked to register your device if you have not already done so. While the unit does have a start button to go live, some services need supplemental services started, such as transcode engines or rendering engines. In these cases, LiveU Solo portal manages thosesupplemental services for you, but can only do so when you start the stream from the Go Live buttoninside the portal. Any number from 11 to 255 will do. Avoiding the "common" ones of 1, 8, and 10 will help avoid future conflicts with WiFi networks or LAN networks. Save the Settings and Reboot the Device and SoloJust as some examples, this knowledgebase has articles on getting to and accessing the interface for a few different modem modems, and its likely that different modems (particularly from the same manufacturer) follow very similar steps: These are just two examples, if some of the digits in your exact setup differ, it is still a conflict! Conflicts



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