For more information about URL authentication rules, seeConfigure authentication. Through this demo you can authenticate your URLs according to your needs. The following Python demo contains A authentication.


import re
import time
import hashlib
import datetime
def md5sum(src):
    m = hashlib.md5()
    return m.hexdigest()
def a_auth(uri, key, exp):
    p = re.compile("^(rtmp://)?([^/?]+)(/[^?]*)?(\\?.*)?$")
    if not p:
        return None
    m = p.match(uri)
    scheme, host, path, args = m.groups()
    if not scheme: scheme = "rtmp://"
    if not path: path = "/"
    if not args: args = ""
    rand = "0"      # "0" by default, other value is ok
    uid = "0"       # "0" by default, other value is ok
    sstring = "%s-%s-%s-%s-%s" %(path, exp, rand, uid, key)
    hashvalue = md5sum(sstring)
    auth_key = "%s-%s-%s-%s" %(exp, rand, uid, hashvalue)
    if args:
        return "%s%s%s%s&auth_key=%s" %(scheme, host, path, args, auth_key)
        return "%s%s%s%s? auth_key=%s" %(scheme, host, path, args, auth_key)
def main():
    uri = "rtmp://video-center.alivecdn.com/test/test? vhost=xc.cdnpe.com"            # original uri
    key = "<input private key>"                         # private key of     authorization
    exp = int(time.time()) + 1 * 3600                   # expiration     time: 1 hour after current itme
    authuri = a_auth(uri, key, exp)                     # auth type:
    print("URL : %s\nAUTH: %s" %(uri, authuri))
if __name__ == "__main__":