i have virtual machine as my server and i was developing on it. now embedding is not working. i tried to make my connection ssl(with broken cert) but i cant put ip as parent it tells me that domain is incorrect. I tried to set host as dummy domain and bind my vm ip and im getting refused from the player
could you please provide proper process of making it work?
i have my network ip and i would like to make it work with parent and not create certs and other fluff i dont need on my local setup
Thanks in advance
You don’t need certs for locahost
If you are not on localhost you will need certs
You’ll have some fun with IP addresses as it’s just not supported really, throw a “fake/test domain” at it using
/etc/hosts might help?
is the TLDR on that.
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Make sure you have SSL enabled for your website, this is required for embeds to function (i.e. When going to your site, “https://” is in the URL)
Do not include “…
Yeah i saw those. i had issue on the site and needed to add parent not that long ago
Is there any way of making ip to work as parent or it’s only domain?
also how do you verify validity of the domain?
Just domain. Since it’s goes
http://localhost:* as the accepted things in the response header. (based on the inputted parent) and ip’s are not accepted.
Edit: Did a little testing to confirm. Twitch expects a domain name, or 127.0.0.1 any other IP is not accepted (I tried a couple in the 192.168.x.x range)
i see thanks for verifying.
Most likely i’ll need to use local proxy like fiddler or similar to reroute calls and make them “localhost” to avoid creating complicated setups just for development
Thank you for your time
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