A media server is a server that runs your website and makes requests for media from your audience.
The most popular servers that you can use to get media from media providers are Media Server, Media Server for Apache, and Media Server.
For a detailed guide on how to setup Media Server in your server, see Media Server Setup Guide.
If you are using Media Server with Apache, you’ll need to create a Media Server configuration file and include the media server’s public key.
To do that, go to Settings -> Media Server -> Configuration.
Add the public key to the list of certificates.
To add an extra certificate to the Media Server’s public keys list, add the certificate to a file called certificate.pem in your home directory.
You can use a certificate file to add certificates for all of your users, or to add them to a single certificate.
For example, to add the public keys of all of the users to the certificates list, create a certificate.crt file with the following content: – name certificate.key – issuer publickey.example.com – certname publickey – certversion 1.0.0 (or higher) – content issuer certificate.example:123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz – certificate name publickey certificate.publickey:220.127.116.11:123456:abcdef.ge – certificate version 1.1.2 (or lower) – certificate content issuer private key.example – cert name publicclientcert.example-0-0.example1.com:123123:abcde.ge To add certificates to the publickeys list, you can either use the -certname option in the certificate configuration file or create a new certificate using the Certificate Creation wizard.
To use the Certificate creation wizard, you need to specify the publickey, certificate, and issuer values.
When you add the certificates, the media servers will use the certificate’s publickey and the issuer’s public certificate.
The issuer will also use the issuer public certificate, but you should change the issuer to something other than your public key, because it can be revoked.
To create a single public certificate that will be used to connect your website to the mediaServer, add a certificate to /etc/certs/mediaserver.pfx that is as follows: – publickey mypk – issuer privatekey:example.net:123abcdefge:example:0:123:123 – issuer certificate:example-mypk:123,example:example0:example1:123