[quote="b.bettle"]jeez u gotta big head... congrats[/quote]
Admin is right. Visit the old forum too. He's just tired of answering the same question, when it's all here to be found in the forums and in the sdk (ie. http://umediaserver.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=4562
or this http://umediaserver.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=4975
) . Look at the sdk and you'll learn some html. The pages are already made for you, you just put in the alias' and the source address. They insert an example of the test.avi. Follow that and insert your own vids or live sources. There's even a page example with two embedded live sources (or media sources) that can be converted to 4 I think I recall. You don't need web design software, just notepad to change the root index's html codes. I have maybe a dozen different web pages that can be accessed from anywhere in the world hosting everything from home movies to live sources.
I use apache for my web server, but there are examples of how to use IIS too, all will require opening your firewall to ports 5119 (media server), 5120 (live server) and 80 (web server). I rarely use streaming media player, but installing that is a good way to get the plugins installed.
Don't be talking smack on Admin. He's helped us all immensely.