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I use the Multiple receivers can receive the same stream (although it is only using multiple unicast streams - see the next section for true multicast).
Some tests involved client/server connected to the same switch using 1Gb/s links/switch, while others involved a hierarchy of switches (i.e.client - switch - switch - switch - server) and were limited to 100 Mb/s to the central switch.All tests involve client and server on the same LAN.I was only interested in video, so audio was disabled in all cases.It focusses only on internal LAN streaming, using RTSP, UDP and RTP as the streaming solutions, and working via the command line in Linux. HTTP, which are covered in some of my older notes) and the GUI is quite good for selecting streaming options.All commands were tested on PCs with Intel i5-4590 CPUs, 16GB of RAM and solid state drives.
They were running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and used VLC 2.1.4.
The webcams were Logitech C170 and identified as by the operating system (if you have two or more webcams then it may appear as a different device).
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The following are notes on using VLC as both server and server to stream a webcam from a ender across a LAN to multiple receivers.