Codes and Descriptions
|100||The stream is initializing, we have started the connection attempt.||Wait 12-20 seconds for a stable stream state to be reached.|
|200||Connected and operating normally, 'online'.||N/A|
|400||A '400: Bad Request' was returned from the camera.||Check that the RTSP-URL is valid.|
|400 (2)||Server returned a 4XX error that we don't recognize, so it's listed as 400.||Check that the RTSP-URL is valid, contact firstname.lastname@example.org|
|401||Authentication error.||Check the username and password.|
|402||Plan subscription expired||Check payment status at https://camio.com/account|
|403||Server returned a 403.X error that we don't recognize||Check which type of 403 error: See this Wikipedia page and contact email@example.com|
|404||Either the host was found and we were unable to connect to the stream, or the server returned 404.||Check the RTSP-URL form, ensure that the IP-address for the camera is correct.|
|408||The camera connection timed out. We found the host and tried to get the stream but didn't get any data in time.||Camio requires that a keyframe is produced at least every 60 seconds, check the camera encoding settings to ensure the GOP interval is less than 60*FPS of camera. Can also be caused by vendor-specific encoding technology (like "ZipStream").|
|500||Internal camera error, 500 code returned. (e.g. "Invalid data found when processing input" when the stream is encrypted, using a codec that's not H.264, or has a poor TCP connection)||Contact firstname.lastname@example.org|
When you look on your https://camio.com/boxes page you will see that each camera has a list of stream statistics.
The "status" field will contain a numeric code describing the current state of the stream. The codes are defined and described in the table at the top of this article.