Click the server for which you want to configure the
In the details pane, click the Properties tab, and then
select the Show all plug-in categories check box.
In Category, click Data source.
In the Windows Media Services snap-in, in Plug-in, click
WMS Network Data Source, and then click Properties.
In Windows Media Services Administrator for the Web,
click WMS Network Data Source.
WMS Network Data Source Properties
On the General tab, in Protocols, select the
check boxes of to the protocols you want to use when connecting to
network data sources through RTSP.
If you are connecting to a network data source through a proxy
server, in Proxy settings, click the protocol used to
connect to the proxy server, and then click the Configure
Enter the appropriate information for your proxy server, and
then click OK.
Windows Media Services supports Internet
Protocol version 6 (IPv6). IPv6 is the newest version of the
Internet Protocol and was designed to accommodate increasing demand
for unique IP addresses. IPv6 increases the IP address size from 32
bits to 128 bits to support more levels of addressing hierarchy and
a greater number of addressable nodes. Not all networks are
configured to use IPv6, but Windows Media Services will
automatically use IPv6 when it is available. For more information
about IPv6, refer to the Internet Protocol Version 6 Web page at
the Microsoft Web site.