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Fresh 7.2 VSOM - No live video visible

Hi.

I upgraded a clean 6.3.2 unit to 7.2. Nothing seems bad and the upgrade went well.

Since this is my own unit, I have added some spare cams. One is a 4500 and the other a 5011.

I can see the live image in the camera settings/image. But nothing on the Monitor view. Or on the security desktop.

Camera status is fine and I see no complaints on the web frontend.

This is what I get from mediaout.log:

2014-05-05 17:42:54.295 [ MediaOut(31517) MS_STREAM=1 <MediaSession.cxx:800> ] Number of currently running clients <2>
2014-05-05 17:42:54.295 [ MediaOut(31517) LRTSP=1 <Rtsp.cxx:1086> ] _transport: RTP/AVP/TCP;interleaved=2-
2014-05-05 17:42:54.295 [ MediaOut(31517) GL_UTIL=1 <MediaStreamer.cxx:464> ] MediaStreamer()
2014-05-05 17:42:54.295 [ MediaOut(31517) GL_UTIL=1 <MediaStreamer.cxx:468> ] User Agent Cisco Multi-Pane Media Player
2014-05-05 17:42:54.299 [ MediaOut(31517) GL_UTIL=1 <MetadataWrapper.cxx:319> ] Creating Medianet Flow [FROM:10.101.15.11:554 TO:10.101.15.154:43621 TP:tcp]
2014-05-05 17:42:54.300 [ MediaOut(31517) LRTSP=1 <Rtsp.cxx:1055> ] RTSP reply: RTSP/1.0 200 OK
CSeq: 3
Session: 228118317;timeout=120
Transport: RTP/AVP/TCP;interleaved=2-;mode="PLAY";ssrc=252406046

2014-05-05 17:42:54.321 [ MediaOut(31517) LRTSP=1 <Rtsp.cxx:1563> ] Parse request: PLAY rtsp://10.101.15.11/d6bd22cc-7cf7-47e3-99f4-8f59fe0ba212 (Cam-Wal-Testunit) RTSP/1.0
CSeq: 4
Session: 228118317
User-Agent: Cisco Multi-Pane Media Player
Range: npt=0.00-

2014-05-05 17:42:54.322 [ MediaOut(31517) MS_STREAM=1 <MediaSession.cxx:357> ] MediaSession::play(start 0:0, scale 1.00 speed 1.00)
2014-05-05 17:42:54.322 [ MediaOut(31520) WRT=1 <WriterThread.cxx:394> ] Wrote RTSP reply or message:
RTSP/1.0 200 OK
CSeq: 4
Session: 228118317
RTP-Info: url=rtsp://10.101.15.11/d6bd22cc-7cf7-47e3-99f4-8f59fe0ba212/d6bd22cc-7cf7-47e3-99f4-8f59fe0ba212_vs1 (Cam-Wal-Testunit);seq=15098;rtptime=1851243137
Range: npt=0.00-

2014-05-05 17:42:59.572 [ MediaOut(31480) LRTSP=1 <Rtsp.cxx:1563> ] Parse request: PAUSE rtsp://10.101.15.11/d6bd22cc-7cf7-47e3-99f4-8f59fe0ba212 (Cam-Wal-Testunit) RTSP/1.0
CSeq: 6
Session: 228118316
User-Agent: Cisco Multi-Pane Media Player

2014-05-05 17:42:59.573 [ MediaOut(31480) GL_UTIL=1 <MediaStreamer.hxx:297> ] MediaStreamer::pause(d6bd22cc-7cf7-47e3-99f4-8f59fe0ba212_vs1) (Cam-Wal-Testunit)
2014-05-05 17:42:59.611 [ MediaOut(31484) WRT=1 <WriterThread.cxx:394> ] Wrote RTSP reply or message:
RTSP/1.0 200 OK
CSeq: 6
Session: 228118316

2014-05-05 17:43:02.387 [ MediaOut(31480) LRTSP=1 <Rtsp.cxx:1563> ] Parse request: PLAY rtsp://10.101.15.11/d6bd22cc-7cf7-47e3-99f4-8f59fe0ba212 (Cam-Wal-Testunit) RTSP/1.0
CSeq: 7
Session: 228118316
User-Agent: Cisco Multi-Pane Media Player

2014-05-05 17:43:02.388 [ MediaOut(31480) MS_STREAM=1 <MediaSession.cxx:357> ] MediaSession::play(start 2147483647:2147483, scale 1.00 speed 1.00)
2014-05-05 17:43:02.423 [ MediaOut(31485) MS_STREAM=1 <Reader.cxx:549> ] Live stream <d6bd22cc-7cf7-47e3-99f4-8f59fe0ba212_vs1> (Cam-Wal-Testunit) missed (83) frame(s): prev=8465, curr=8549
2014-05-05 17:43:02.427 [ MediaOut(31484) WRT=1 <WriterThread.cxx:394> ] Wrote RTSP reply or message:
RTSP/1.0 200 OK
CSeq: 7
Session: 228118316
RTP-Info: url=rtsp://10.101.15.11/d6bd22cc-7cf7-47e3-99f4-8f59fe0ba212/d6bd22cc-7cf7-47e3-99f4-8f59fe0ba212_vs1 (Cam-Wal-Testunit);seq=46894;rtptime=1826485286
Range: npt=0.00-

Any advice from the more 7-experienced guys? Thanks for any hint.

Regards

Danny

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Definitely sounds like a

Definitely sounds like a client-side issue in my opinion.  Did you happen to try the VSM 7 workstation profiler against your workstations by chance?

Scott Olsen Solutions Specialist Bulletproof Solutions Inc. Web: www.bulletproofsi.com
New Member

No, I haven't. But this could

No, I haven't. But this could be a good idea.

But since I can use 6.3.3 from this station without any performance issues, I assumed that the 7 should be even better.

Danny

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Danny, Have you tried running

Danny, Have you tried running in compatibility mode when logged in to your vsm web interface.

tools>compatibility view?

 

I know that I have to use compatibility view for my VSM plus any camera (cisco) that I directly connect to.

 

See if that helps.
 

New Member

Thanks guys.I am getting

Thanks guys.

I am getting slowly there.

Found out that I have no MS license added. System does not complain, but since I have done this, streams seam to show up on the SASD and on the IE...

Can somebody confirm this issue? Means missing license - no warning and therefore no pictures?

Or was this just a coincidence?

 

Danny
 

Silver

Hmmm... I can't recall the

Hmmm... I can't recall the last time I did a clean install of just the VSM 7 rpms.  I believe that the VSMS instance should come "out-of-the-box" with a 10,000 Cisco camera license... and both of the cameras you've mentioned are Cisco... so I'm not sure about what happened there.

Scott Olsen Solutions Specialist Bulletproof Solutions Inc. Web: www.bulletproofsi.com
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