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Cisco MXP 6000 Audio Only Streaming

We have a CODEC MXP6000 in which we are trying to stream the call using the stream.sdp technology. We have configured a multicast address and are able to access the streaming page but are getting audio only. We have tried the following:

Stream address of 255.255.255.255

Updating QuickTime on client laptop

Tried using VLC

Tried different streaming ports

Toggled video quality settings

Disabled firewall on computer

There is a proxy in which the browsers are all pointing to. Is there anything else I could try to get the video to stream along with the audio?

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Cisco MXP 6000 Audio Only Streaming

I have it working using an 1000 MXP.

I have the streaming settings:

Address: 224.0.0.0

Address Port: 22232

Video Rate(kbps) 320

Video Quality: Motion

Then I start streaming and in my Firefox browser on my mac enter http://ip.address.of.mxp/stream.sdp

and I get video and audio in my browser (uses quicktime plugin)...

I could not open from Quicktime directly on my Mac for some reason.

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Cisco MXP 6000 Audio Only Streaming

Also we are trying this on the same lan as the CODEC itsself.

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Cisco MXP 6000 Audio Only Streaming

I have it working using an 1000 MXP.

I have the streaming settings:

Address: 224.0.0.0

Address Port: 22232

Video Rate(kbps) 320

Video Quality: Motion

Then I start streaming and in my Firefox browser on my mac enter http://ip.address.of.mxp/stream.sdp

and I get video and audio in my browser (uses quicktime plugin)...

I could not open from Quicktime directly on my Mac for some reason.

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Cisco MXP 6000 Audio Only Streaming

Adding to John,

Another  way is to .

http://ip address of the codec/showstream.ssi

address range should be in multicast range

Addresses in the range

224.0.0.0

to 224.0.0.255

thanks

Ravi kr.

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Cisco MXP 6000 Audio Only Streaming

I will try the multicast range that both of you suggested. I was currently using 224.2.0.10. All other settings are identical to John's. Thanks for the tip and I will let you all know the outcome.

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