IWMSPublishingPointLimits.PerPlayerConnectionBandwidth (Visual Basic .NET)

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IWMSPublishingPointLimits.PerPlayerConnectionBandwidth (Visual Basic .NET)

The PerPlayerConnectionBandwidth property specifies and retrieves the maximum bandwidth, in Kbps, permitted for a player connection on the publishing point.

Syntax

  IWMSPublishingPointLimits
  .PerPlayerConnectionBandwidth = Integer
Integer = IWMSPublishingPointLimits.PerPlayerConnectionBandwidth

Property Value

Integer containing the maximum bandwidth, in Kbps, permitted per player.

If this property fails, it returns an error number.

Number Description
0x80070057 Integer is an invalid argument.

Remarks

This limit applies only to new connections. It is also used to determine the bandwidth limit for a multicast stream.

By default, the parameter is –1, indicating that there is no limit on the maximum bandwidth permitted. Valid values are –1 to 2,147,483,647.

Example Code

Imports Microsoft.WindowsMediaServices.Interop
Imports System.Runtime.InteropServices

Private Sub GetSetBandwidthLimit()

    ' Declare variables.
    Dim Server As WMSServer
    Dim PubPoints As IWMSPublishingPoints
    Dim PubPoint As IWMSPublishingPoint
    Dim Limits As IWMSPublishingPointLimits
    Dim iValue As Integer

Try
    ' Create the WMSServer object.
    Server = New WMSServer()

    ' Retrieve the IWMSPublishingPoints object.
    PubPoints = Server.PublishingPoints

    ' Retrieve information about each publishing point.
    For Each PubPoint In PubPoints

        ' Retrieve the IWMSPublishingPointLimits
        ' object for the publishing point.
        Limits = PubPoint.Limits
        ' Retrieve the bandwidth limit allowed for each
        ' client connection.
        iValue = Limits.PerPlayerConnectionBandwidth
        ' Set the bandwidth limit allowed for each client connection.
        Limits.PerPlayerConnectionBandwidth = 128

    Next

Catch excCom As COMException
    ' TODO: Handle COM exceptions.
Catch exc As Exception
    ' TODO: Handle errors.
Finally
    ' TODO: Clean-up code goes here.
End Try

End Sub

Requirements

Reference: Add a reference to Microsoft.WindowsMediaServices.

Namespace: Microsoft.WindowsMediaServices.Interop.

Assembly: Microsoft.WindowsMediaServices.dll.

Library: WMSServerTypeLib.dll.

Platform: Windows Server 2003 family, Windows Server 2008 family.

See Also

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