[mythtv-users] freebox configuration problem
jakob.fix at gmail.com
Wed May 2 09:21:13 UTC 2007
thank you, Guillaume. I opened the ports you said you opened, but no success.
the mythbackend.log has this to say:
2007-05-02 09:38:58.001 MainServer::HandleAnnounce Playback
2007-05-02 09:38:58.005 adding: teevee as a client (events: 0)
2007-05-02 09:38:58.081 TVRec(4): Changing from None to WatchingLiveTV
2007-05-02 09:38:58.122 TVRec(4): HW Tuner: 4->4
2007-05-02 09:38:59.256 FBChan(4): Loaded 278 channels from
2007-05-02 09:38:59.361 RTSPData:Failed to setup: video MP2T : SETUP:
cannot handle response: RTSP/1.0 454 Session Not Found
I tracked the error message down to the RTSPComms::Open method in
/libs/libmythtv/rtspcomms.cpp, line 242 (in the 0.20 branch).
I still think that this is due to a ports issue, as it works fine with
vlc (and the error message was the same in vlc when the ports were not
open). However, not being a C++ programmer nor an RTSP expert, I have
trouble finding the spot where the ports are defined.
If anybody, and in particular the programmers of the freebox
extension, Laurent Arnal, Benjamin Lerman & MickaŽl Remars, have an
idea what to do, I would be more than grateful.
On 4/23/07, Guillaume Membrť <guillaume.ml at gmail.com> wrote:
> I got the "multi poste" working. I setup my firewall to open ports in
> a range of 32770:32800.
> This range is large because for each new recording a new port is open
> to receive the data. As my backend shutdown every day, it allows me to
> record more than 20 records each day (which more than sufficient)
> But now, I cannot get the multi poste working, don't know why and I
> prefer to buy a new dvb-t card.
> Hope this helps
> On 4/22/07, Jakob Fix <jakob.fix at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi there, still using .20 (it works great).
> > Living in France, and being a free.fr subscriber, I finally want to
> > use my freebox as an input card in mythtv.
> > I can watch French TV using VLC on the backend, after having
> > configured both VLC and my m0n0wall-based hardware firewall to use a
> > given pair of ports (9998/9999, in my case).
> > However, in mythtv-setup, no port options are provided. Also, the doc
> > keeps shtum. I was trying to peak in the source code in SVN, but
> > couldn't find the correct source file (and I didn't know how to search
> > the code base for freebox).
> > Apparently, "MyKeul" is the author of the wiki pages regarding the
> > Freebox (now IPTV) functionality.
> > Thanks to anybody for giving me an idea as to which ports need to be opened.
> > Probably too late for election night coverage, but who knows ;-)
> > --
> > cheers,
> > Jakob.
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