help regarding video streaming

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sapheroth
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i want to view video streaming using my LAN network through real one player.i know the IP address and the port of the computer which i broadcasting the video stream( video channel).i tried to put the ip and port address in the address bar but couldnt get the desired result.is there any command to get the video streaming using LAN?
the machine which is broadcasting the channel is using the ip 192.168.0.2" and the port is 8080. now tell me how to view the channel using the real player.
the person who is broadcasting the channel says that the streaming is working fine.
plz help me

harlequin
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192.168.0.2 is a private ip address , so you too have to be on the same subnet , i.e your address needs to start with 192.168.x.x

8080 is not normally a port that people stream video from , it's a HTTP port , for webpages and cache servers.

real tends to be set up on 7070

look here http://service.real.com/firewall/rplay.html for info on firewall settings for realplayer.

as you are in Karachi , and not Heaven , would you please alter your location settings to help others help you.

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mooblie
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harlequin wrote:
....as you are in Karachi , and not Heaven , would you please alter your location settings to help others help you.

Exactly! How would we know if you use PAL or NTSC in Heaven (or Hell). :)

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