07-12-2009 04:16 PM
07-13-2009 11:41 AM
07-13-2009 03:54 PM
Peanuts, Thanks for your help. I have went to my linksys router WRT300N, I clicked on Applications and Gaming. I then went to Single Port Forwarding. I typed in Blackberry and then typed 554 on the external port and 554 on the internal port. Protocol is both and I typed in the fixed IP address to my camera. Is there anything I should do? I still cannot get it to work. The error screen on the blackberry says it is "giving up. cannot create an XMLHTTP instance"
I noticed you used rtsp://, should I use that instead of http???
07-14-2009 11:43 AM
Yes, to view your Camera on your Blackberry Curve 8330 you do not have to use http:// , instead you need to use the TZO domain name of the camera from our cell phone browser like rtsp://MyName.MyLinksysCamera.com/xxxxx (where xxxxx is the access code you set within the mobile streaming section)...
Your Blackberry Curve 8330 does support RTSP streaming...
Also on your router's web interface click on the Security tab and disable 'Block Anonymous Internet Request'.
Also uncheck the Blackberry under Single Port Forwarding and save the changes, goto Port Range Forwarding -
Application Name : Blackberry
Start : 554
End : 554
Protocol : Both
To IP Address : Enter the fixed IP address assigned to your camera...
Check the Enable box and save the changes...See if this works...
07-15-2009 06:52 AM
hi, sorry you are having trouble, this took me some time to get it working as well but the website myhomeserver.com helped me. There is a tutorial and there are a few videos on using your linksys camera with RTSP, I discovered that I had to forward port 5000 (TCP/UDP - aka BOTH) so the RTSP will work
Be sure to set your access code, mine is 12345
then forward port 554 TCP and port 5000 (TCP/UDP) and try that
When you go to the TZO domain using your cell, be sure you use ----> RTSP://<your TZO Cam Domain>:554/accesscode
07-15-2009 11:48 AM - edited 07-15-2009 11:48 AM
07-18-2009 03:20 PM