I am just starting to ACNS equipment to stream video to our LAN and our WAN. I have a strange issue in remote sites.
On our LAN network, the video streaming in UDP works. However, ACNS has a windows size of > 1500 bytes, so the stream gets shopped in segments of +/- 4000 bytes and this segment is fragmented onto the network in +/- 4 packets.
In remote sites, i am unable to connect to the video stream. When i do a sniffer, i can see the packets arriving. However, of every 4 packets in a segment, i only receive 3 packets. After that it is finished. Windows Media PLayer stays in "buffering" state and after a while disconnects. This is because he misses the last packet of each segment. So now my question is:
1) can i increase the UDP receive windows on XP so that it can receive all fragments ? I think it can be a UDP receive window thing on windows
2) Can i configure ACNS device NOT to use a segment size of +/- 4000 when doing UDP streaming, but just a "segment" and "packet" size of 1500, therefore preventing ANY kind of fragmentation on UDP stream packets ?