The triggering mechanism of mobile server allocation for video live-casting application The growth of real-time video traffic on the Internet requires high bandwidth which causes the use of the conventional point-to-point method to deliver the video is not relevant anymore. Content providers are now leveraging the Content Delivery Network (CDN) and Peer to Peer Network (P2P) to reduce the inter-ISP traffic thus improving the end user experience. On the other hand, the Dynamic Mobile Server (DMS) approach has been proposed where a server is dynamically allocated in the Local Area Network to confine the traffic in the local network. In this paper, the triggering of server allocation and the client redirection of DMS have been analysed. The experimental results showed that the server allocation takes under 37 seconds to complete while the client redirection could be done in less than one second in the network with more than 90% of the bandwidth has been utilized.