GS RTSP Server on Windows PC...Make visible to local network

Nirbheek Chauhan nirbheek.chauhan at
Wed Mar 30 15:52:47 UTC 2022

On Wed, Mar 30, 2022 at 1:15 AM Yurkanin, David via gstreamer-devel
<gstreamer-devel at> wrote:
> I haIsH GStreamer rtsp server running on a Windows 10 PC...I can connect to it's output fine using the loopback IP Address  I now want to make this rtsp server accessible on the local network (not the internet) but cannot see how to do that.  Regular IP cameras are rtsp servers themselves but they are just connected to a switch on the network and all computers on the network can access them, but the GS rtsp server is running on a Windows PC. Is it possible to configure Windows (or Windows Server) to do this? Can this only be done on a device like a Jetson?

By default gst-rtsp-server will listen on which means "all
interfaces". If it's not accessible over the network, you probably
need to fix some Windows firewall settings.


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