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Ganesh-0559 asked Sumarigo-MSFT edited

Connect an IP Camera with Azure Video Analyzer

I am trying To Connect IP Camera to Azure For Azure Video Analyzer But I cant able to Connect it to the Real Camera which has an Specific Network when i Changed The RTSP URL in the livePipelineSet it does not working Did I Missing Something?

I have Used QuickStart (URL:https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-video-analyzer/video-analyzer-docs/get-started-detect-motion-emit-events) . So I Changed the livePipelineSet Parameter of RTSP URL and Credentials to the Physical IP Camera. But it shows as connectionTimeout and connectionTimeout. IS there Anything i am doing incorrectly? Please Help me

This is the Response I am getting

{
"body": {
"code": "connectionTimeout",
"target": "rtsp"
},
"properties": {
"topic": "/subscriptions/13e4e8c3-35cb-442a-81eb-28282f1d4b06/resourceGroups/ganesh-video-analyzer1/providers/Microsoft.Media/videoAnalyzers/avasamplec3pcbv2yuvs5g",
"subject": "/edgeModules/avaedge/livePipelines/mdpipeline1/sources/rtspSource",
"eventType": "Microsoft.VideoAnalyzer.Diagnostics.NetworkError",
"eventTime": "2021-09-24T07:32:07.878Z",
"dataVersion": "1.0"
},
"systemProperties": {
"iothub-connection-device-id": "avasample-iot-edge-device",
"iothub-connection-module-id": "avaedge",
"iothub-connection-auth-method": "{\"scope\":\"module\",\"type\":\"sas\",\"issuer\":\"iothub\",\"acceptingIpFilterRule\":null}",
"iothub-connection-auth-generation-id": "637679727890000629",
"iothub-enqueuedtime": 1632468727875,
"iothub-message-source": "Telemetry",
"messageId": "ba8e4c27-81e7-4b41-98cc-c09e0150b612",
"contentType": "application/json",
"contentEncoding": "utf-8"
}
}

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NikitaPitliya-3218 answered Ganesh-0559 edited

Hi @Ganesh-0559,

Can you check if your camera's IP address is discoverable on port 554? The rtspsim module uses 554 as default port.
You can check this with the command "ping <camera-ip-address>:554".
If failed to connect, login to your router's configuration website and Set up port forwarding for IP camera device to use port 554.

Also make sure your camera is supported as per current limitations of Azure Video Analyzer


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Hi Thanks For The Reply,
Do You mean to Check the Command "ping <camera-ip-address>:554" in windows cmd? When I checked in the cmd it shows has "Ping request could not find host 192.168.1.10:554. Please check the name and try again." but since it is IP Camera think it does not have an Configuration website.
Also, when checked the link "current limitations of Azure Video Analyzer(https://www.onvif.org/conformant-products/)" it does not mention the (Camera Brand Name- tapo)IP Camera that i am using does it means it is not supported? Is there any workaround with these type of cameras like running only locally to connected with that network?

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