we are having a problem with our full motion video testing in our lab. currently video only plays on one side of the network. we have two servers , one on each network, both broadcasting streaming video. users on network 1 can only see network 1s videos and not network 2. and vice versa. I can't get users to see both set of videos. running config file attached
The video stream is sent from the camera to an encoder-Cisco uses several from members of the Cisco Ecosystem Partner Program-for encoding at different bit rates. From there, the stream is sent to the Cisco External Media Hub, located at Cisco headquarters in San Jose, California (Figure 3). The Cisco External Media Hub comprises Windows Media and RealMedia streaming video servers and acts as the egress points for streams sent to external audience members. Rather than sending the stream directly to external audience members, which would unnecessarily increase traffic on the Cisco network, the Cisco External Media Hub sends the stream to a global Internet service provider, which then directs the stream to the viewer from the closest server
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This provides an easy to use form where you simply answer a few
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