i installed the helix-server on our webserver. real-one clients on other computers can access the rtsp-streams but my 3650 gets a server time-out.
rtsp-port on the server is 6971. phone- settings are the default-settings.
gprs-access is functioning (tested with wap)
firewall is inactive, all ports open.
what could be the reason for not getting a connection with the phone?
You can't use the access point dedicated to WAP with streaming. You need to specify one additional access point that has direct connection to internet. Usually the same access point that you use when connecting the phone to your PC will be suitable.
When using WAP access point all traffic is directed trough WAP gateway that is not suitable for continuous stream.
Consult your local service provider about the settings.
We are having the same problem, in the UK with Vodafone. Vodafone's customer support are (expectedly) completely clueless, and can provide no help whatsoever. If anyone has gotten this working, any information you could post would be appreciated.
Streaming is event when there is a continuous stream of tv broadcast whitout start or end for the video.
Everything else is local playback, this includes the alternatives that you receive the lip in MMS message, download the clip to device using WAP or HTTP, or you may transfer the clip from your PC using IR or BT. Most common problem is that web server storing these clips does not have correct MIME type assigned.
One alternative could also be to send RAM file pointing to correct URI.
Players in nokia products are not able to use "Progressive downloading" where the static clip is being downloaded while played.
So, does these problems occur when streaming or when playing a local clip?
Well, we finally got it working (through Vodafone even - sort of) by setting up a different connection specifically for Real. So, when it wants to connect up (because we've passed it a URL to a Real video stream) it actually opens a CSD connection to our ISP. Not great, and certainly not production, but does allow us to test.