Server was disconnected from proxy: this means that the client application had successfully connected to SVProxy, but was unable to find the unit specified, probably because it’s not listed or connected to it. Check that your unit’s configuration is accurate and that the unit is online and connected to proxy. Alternatively, check that your Host/IP settings in SVMultiClient are correct and specified exactly as specified in the unit’s configuration.
Socket Error: If you’re using SVProxy to connect to the video gateway, this means that the client application did not reach the proxy server at all. Make sure your proxy settings are accurate, or make sure your firewall permits outgoing connection to the proxy’s IP address and port. If not using the proxy (in case your unit has a publicly-accessible IP address), make sure the IP or hostname is accurate and that the unit is actually online.
Insufficient Resources: This error message indicates that the video gateway does not have enough resources available to connect to the client application. Typically, this occurs when a number of clients are already connected to the video gateway. In order to connect, you must find out which other clients are connected to the video gateway, and close the connections of one or more of them.Note: In the MultiClient, double-click the name of the video gateway in the list from time to time to see if the problem has been solved. If it has, the error message will be removed and the connection will be established.
No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused: This usually means that the machine is reachable by Ping or is registered on SVProxy, however SVMultiClient was not able to get a response on the port specified. Check that your IP/Host and Port numbers are correct and try again.