Starts the RTSP server listening on the specified port.
public void StartServer(
Public Sub StartServer( _
ByVal port As Integer _
The port on which to listen for incoming connections. The standard port address for RTSP servers is DefaultPort (554).
This function turns the server live and makes it ready to begin listening for connections on the port indicated by port. The IP address on which it will listen should have been specified prior to calling this method using TargetAddress.
The server will run until it is stopped using the StopServer method.
The port should be available and not in use by another program (such as the Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service). Port values can be between 1 and 65535. If you choose a port number other than 554 it is recommended to use a port value above 1024. Doing so avoids conflicts with other programs that might be running on your server (many port values below 1024 are restricted for system use or for well-defined protocols such as 80 for HTTP and 554 for RTSP). For more information about running the Windows 8 RTSPServer demo, refer to Why Does Starting a Server on the Default RTSP Port Fail when I Run the Windows 8 RTSPServer Demo?
For an example, see RTSPServer.
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