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Does RVS4000 support RTSP traffic?

I can not find answer to this question from documentation.

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Re: Does RVS4000 support RTSP traffic?

my sincere apologies, sometimes eyes see what you want them to see

RSTP is not same as RTSP, nowhere near.

ok as per my knowledge, RTSP (streaming protocol) involves client server communication on TCP/UDP port 554 and some other fundamentals where all the communication happens between client & server and router has to do what it meant to do i.e. route traffic between server & client.

It should be like any other application level protocol (http, ftp) where you need not to see if router support this protocol until unless you block traffic with some ACL or router act as mediator between server & client (proxy kind of thing).

I will see if I can get you some specific source of information. In the meantime, you may get some expert opinion from netpro community.

regards,

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Re: Does RVS4000 support RTSP traffic?

Answer is Yes, it supports RSTP and the source is cisco datasheet - http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/routers/ps9923/ps9928/data_sheet_c78-496735.html

, lookout for layer 2

features under product specifications.

rgds

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Re: Does RVS4000 support RTSP traffic?

Thank You for quick annsver!

Just to make sure that terms are right. I was looking ansver to Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP). In data sheet RSTP stands for Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP). Is this same thing?

rgds

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Re: Does RVS4000 support RTSP traffic?

my sincere apologies, sometimes eyes see what you want them to see

RSTP is not same as RTSP, nowhere near.

ok as per my knowledge, RTSP (streaming protocol) involves client server communication on TCP/UDP port 554 and some other fundamentals where all the communication happens between client & server and router has to do what it meant to do i.e. route traffic between server & client.

It should be like any other application level protocol (http, ftp) where you need not to see if router support this protocol until unless you block traffic with some ACL or router act as mediator between server & client (proxy kind of thing).

I will see if I can get you some specific source of information. In the meantime, you may get some expert opinion from netpro community.

regards,

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