|Originally posted by tluxon
I was thinking along the same lines. When using loopback functionality, IVS-ing the file to another Replay on the LAN results in the file never leaving the LAN. Why couldn't something similar be done between DVArchive and a Replay on the same LAN?
I believe there are 2 lookups for an IVS transfer. The sender (in this case
DVA) looks up the receiver IP address using MAC address as primary key.
This can be bypassed since we know that information for the Local LAN
The second lookup is the Receiver "Accepting the show" and requesting
the data from the Sender. This lookup is performed by the Receiver, in
this case RTV unit. Assuming we have little control over the code on the
RTV unit, this lookup is going to go through DNNA RDDNS lookup server.
If this lookup works, then DVA to Replay IVS should work. If it doesn't
for whatever reason, DVA RDDNS registration is rejected due to MAC
address out of range, DVA spoofed MAC address conflicts with existing
entry in RDDNS server, etc., then it won't.
This is my understanding of how IVS is working, but I may have remembered
incorrectly. I haven't looked at the packet traces in a long time.