RTSP

RTSP is an application-level communication protocol for media streaming systems. It allows monitoring a media server remotely, offering typical audio/video player features such as “play” and “pause” and allows time-based access.

RTSP commands

Allowed RTSP commands

Add

Inserts a command in the list of additional commands that require authorization.

Delete

Select the command to remove from the list and click on Delete.

Prohibited RTSP commands

Add

Inserts a command to the list of additional prohibited commands.

Delete

Select the command to remove from the list and click on Delete.

Maximum size of elements (bytes)

RTSP requests

Maximum size of the request and the response. Allows managing memory overflow.

RTSP header

Maximum size of the header. Allows managing memory overflow.

SDP protocol

Maximum size of an SDP line. Allows managing memory overflow.

Content-Type

Maximum size of the « Content-Type » header.

RTSP session settings

Max. number of pending requests

Maximum number of requests without responses in a single RTSP session.

Session timeout (seconds)

Duration of a RTSP session in seconds.

Request timeout (seconds)

Duration of a RTSP request in seconds.

RTSP features

Allow interleaving

If this option is selected, RTSP will be allowed to encapsulate within its own TCP connection RTP/RTCP protocols used for transporting media and usually based on UDP. This may be necessary when UDP traffic is denied.

Allow error messages with content

This option allows accepting error messages containing additional content, in general in HTML.

Allow renegotiation of media transport settings

If this option is selected , the firewall will allow the update of RTP/RTCP transport parameters during a session.

Support

Disable intrusion prevention

When this option is selected, the scan of the RTSP protocol will be disabled and traffic will be authorized if the filter policy allows it

Log every RTSP request

Enables or disables the logging of SIP requests.