[PlanetCCRMA] Jacktrip: 1 server and 2 clients, is it possible?

Helle Espen Espen.Helle at sintef.no
Tue Sep 16 01:09:12 PDT 2008

Thanks :)
Can you explain little more?
How do you set 2 jacktrip servers to bind to a different UDP ports?
I do not find any option for UDP port number from the commando line.
Do you change UDP-port constant and recompile jacktrip to get another
version, or is there some simpler way to do it?


From: Chris Chafe [mailto:cc at ccrma.Stanford.EDU] 
Sent: 15. september 2008 15:43
To: Helle Espen; planetccrma at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Subject: Re: [PlanetCCRMA] Jacktrip: 1 server and 2 clients, is it


Yes it works but a slightly different way to describe it, though. 
I would use two servers and two clients where the servers are the same
machine and the two clients are different ones. 

The concept is currently that you create a network connection
bi-directionally between pairs of machines. A machine can have 
multiple jackTrip processes running (e.g., the two servers) as long as
they are assigned different UDP ports. 

Audio gets patched in qjackctl according to your needs. The same mic
input, for instance could feed the two server processes. 


On Mon, 15 Sep 2008 13:22:51 +0200, Helle Espen wrote 
> Hi, I am using alpha-1 version of jacktrip. 
> But I am wondering if it is possible to have one server 
> with two clients connected simultaniously? 
> I am trying, but it does seem to work. 

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