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firefox does not send cookie using rtmpt protocol

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When I use jwplayer to connect the rtmp server using rtmpt protocol(it is based on http) in firefox, I just found that the broswer does not send cookie when send http request to rtmp server but chrome does, I wish someone could tell me how this happens.

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Do you have a testcase to reproduce the issue?

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Oxylatium said

Do you have a testcase to reproduce the issue?

Thanks for your response, and sorry for not make the question clear, Here is the issue.

1. First I visit my website https://XXXXX.XXX.net:8078/jw/test.html 2. in test.html I have set the cookie

                  $.cookie("AWSELB-test", "testELB123456", {
                       path: "/",
                       //domain: "XXXXX.XXX.net",    
                       //not set domain, the issue is the same if I set it
                       security: false
                   });

2. in test.html I use jwplayer to connect rtmp server using rtmpt protocol, $(function() {

                       player = jwplayer("myElement").setup({
                                  "file": "rtmpt://XXXXX.XXX.net/RtmpRelay",
                                  "advertising": {
                                              "client": "vast",
                                              "schedule": {
                                              "adbreak-preroll":{
                                              "tag": "myPreroll.xml",
                                              "offset": "pre"
                                              },
                                  "adbreak-midroll":{
                                  "tag": "myMidroll.xml",
                                  "offset": "50%"
                                  }
                             }
                       }
                });

3. I can see the cookie in both firefox and chrome see uploaded images 4. Then i use wireshark to have a packetcapture, see uploaded images (when client connects the rtmp server using rtmpt protocol, in first step, a open/1 http post request will be sent as you see in the pictures) 5. the version of firefox is 50.1.0 Hope you can give me some suggestion.Thanks!

Modified by xiaohao

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And as you can see in above pictures(the last two pictures), in firefox(the third picture), the cookie is not sent when open/1 request is sent, but in chrome the cookie was sent(the last picture) Besides, are there some questionable points of the user-agent? In firefox the user-agent is firefox, but in chrome the user-agent is shockwave flash. And by the way there are more headers in chrmome.

Modified by xiaohao

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I'm not able to join your website? is it normal?

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Oxylatium said

I'm not able to join your website? is it normal?

You mean https://XXXXX.XXX.net:8078/jw/test.html? It is just an example, and not a real website, and the website is just in my Local Area Network so you can not join(sorry for that)

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Sorry, that's not "testcase". That is beyond end user Firefox support.

Please see this support article: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/where-go-developer-support

Specifically - Post a question to the Mozilla Developer Network's Stack Overflow page.

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Could you build a testcase on Jsfiddle or CodePen, please. You can embed some plugins.