I am having a strange issue probably some expert here can help me to debug.
I am having a media server Red5 Running on LAN on a CentOS 5.5 64 bit server.
The version of Red5 is 0.9.1
On client side physically different machines were used.
Checked from Linux that was Ubuntu 9.04
in VLC ,vlc could not get the stream of video.
Checked from VLC on Mac OS X 10.5.8 PPC G5 machine
there also it did not got the stream of video.
Checked from a Windows XP machine on which vlc 1.0.5
In Windows VLC was able to connect to Red5 on OCW and I am able to see
the streamed video.
If some one wants to know how I installed Red5 to be able to understand any problem
here is a link
Following is the link
on which accessing a file in VLC from a Red5 server is described.
Currently in Windows VLC I go to
Media--->Open Network Stream--->Network
Set the protocol to rtmp and the URL as rtmp://(IP of Red5 server):1935/olfaDemo/avatar.flv
and I am able to see the video but the same steps on a Linux or other machine is not working.
Following is VLC log
main info: Running vlc with the default interface. Use 'cvlc' to use vlc without interface.
access_rtmp error: body handshake received corrupt
access_rtmp error: handshake active failed
main error: open of `rtmp://192.168.1.5:1935/oflaDemo/avatar.flv' failed: could not create access
What should I do to be able to debug this thing ?