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    Hi,
    When I publish an RTSP stream to the server I get the following errors on the server:

    RTSPRequestAdapter.getAuthenticationHandler: Unknown method: 0
    RTSPRequestAdapter.service : Unknown method: unknown

    I'm publishing an RTSP stream using android (libstreaming 3.0 library)

    It's driving me crazy and I need help.

    Regards
    Hassan Wahla

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    Hassan,

    Have you changed the Application.xml /RTP /Authentication /PublishMethod ? It should be "digest", "basic", or "none"

    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by rrlanham View Post
    Hassan,

    Have you changed the Application.xml /RTP /Authentication /PublishMethod ? It should be "digest", "basic", or "none"

    Richard
    Hi Richard,
    I've set it to "digest".

    Here are the contents of the RTP tag in my application.xml:

    <RTP>
    <!-- RTP/Authentication/[type]Methods defined in Authentication.xml. Default setup includes; none, basic, digest -->
    <Authentication>
    <PublishMethod>digest</PublishMethod>
    <PlayMethod>none</PlayMethod>
    </Authentication>
    <!-- RTP/AVSyncMethod. Valid values are: senderreport, systemclock, rtptimecode -->
    <AVSyncMethod>senderreport</AVSyncMethod>
    <MaxRTCPWaitTime>12000</MaxRTCPWaitTime>
    <IdleFrequency>75</IdleFrequency>
    <RTSPSessionTimeout>90000</RTSPSessionTimeout>
    <RTSPMaximumPendingWriteBytes>0</RTSPMaximumPendingWriteBytes>
    <RTSPBindIpAddress></RTSPBindIpAddress>
    <RTSPConnectionIpAddress>0.0.0.0</RTSPConnectionIpAddress>
    <RTSPOriginIpAddress>127.0.0.1</RTSPOriginIpAddress>
    <IncomingDatagramPortRanges>*</IncomingDatagramPortRanges>
    <!-- Properties defined here will override any properties defined in conf/RTP.xml for any depacketizers loaded by this application -->
    <Properties>
    </Properties>
    </RTP>

    Thanks !

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    Must be a problem on the publisher (Android) side. Try changing to Authentication /PublishMethod to "none", to see what happens.

    Richard

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    There are identical set of log messages in this thread, which might provide a clue.

    Richard

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