Through the management of live broadcasts offered by vertex, we can also know the statistics of access that had an event or a relay in particular.
To do so, we accede to the management of live broadcasts and go to the "History" tab. All the broadcasts that we have carried out are listed and by clicking on each one of them we'll see all related information. If we click on the option:
"Load data on issued emission bands and recordings files generated..."
In addition to information on all emission bands that formed that event access. We will see something similar to this:
The statistical information that shows us is as follows:
Total connections It's the total number of connections to this retransmission without any filter. Number of CLICKS made on the video.
Total IPs different access It gives the number of different IP addresses that has been connected to this relay. It is usual that this number identifies the number of different users who have connected to this relay.
Total IPs UA internal access: This data gives us the number of distinct IPs internal to the University of Alicante which are connected, i.e., number of different connections from computers connected within the UA.
Total IPs UA external access: This data gives us the number of distinct IPs outside of the University of Alicante which are connected, i.e., number of different connections from computers connected outside the UA.
Geographical distribution external access: This field tells us which has been the geographical origin by country of access from different IPs outside of UA. The sum of these accesses coincides with the previous data (external access UA IPs).
Overall connections (access and disconnection) full of different clients: It's the number of total connections that we have registered both the time of the beginning of the display (PLAY) as the moment of the end of the display (STOP) and thus know the time that was connected, the amount of information that was served, etc. Always going to be a number equal to or less than the "connections totals", since in these last also is posted to users that we do not have all the data (by that they were soon connected or disconnected very late or by fault electric abandoned the broadcast abruptly, etc.)
Maximum number of seconds that a client has been connected: This data gives us the maximum time that a client has been connected.
Connected seconds on average: This data gives us the time means that users have been connected.
Time of maximum audience: With this latest data we know in that moment came the highest concentration of users connected simultaneously following the Internet stream, and many users were.
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