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  1. #1
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    3650 settings

    Hello,

    I have seen the following settings for streaming on 3650

    --------3650, Real Player settings----------
    #Video settings
    Video Quality = High/Sharp
    Automatic Scaling = On/Off
    #Playback Settings
    Repeat = Off
    #Network Settings
    Default Access Point =
    Bandwith = Automatic/Manual
    Maximum Bandwith = 9.05 - 40.2
    Connection Time-out
    Server Time-out
    Lowest Port = 6970 (cannot be changed)
    Highest Port =
    #Proxy Settings
    Use Proxy = Yes /No
    Host Address =
    Port =
    --------------------

    What is this Proxy about? Is this some sort or RTSP proxy that the operator shall deploy? What are the benefits of using it?

    Many thanks.
    Rgds,
    Chris

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    Hi!

    You need to use RTSP server to download the stream. Only the URL's starting with rtsp:// will be accepted by the player.

    Teemu / Forum Nokia

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    Teemu,

    Can you pls describe the message flow device-streaming server (TCP and UDP) for both cases:
    1. With Proxy
    2. Without Proxy?
    I am trying to understand how an opeator needs to set-up the firewalls between the GGSN and the device and what are the benefits of using the Proxy.

    Many thanks.
    Rgds,
    Chris

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    Hi,

    Unfortunately firewall configurations are quite difficult and often require a large range of ports to be opened. It is also impossible to give a simple and comprehensive solution for the problem as the solution is strongly case-specific. For example the streaming server's version affects also firewall configurations.

    Best place to find information about these firewall configuration issues is Realnetwork's document site at:

    http://www.realnetworks.com/resource...ion/index.html

    From that site you can find also information about the Realnetwork's proxy server.

    Best Regards,
    Jori / Forum Nokia

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