Hi all,

I seem to be having some issues with video from

where if I click on a "watch" for a video, their player just runs in a loop....

a second site is http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/G...res/John-smith
Where I can select "lets go"...and well.....it doesn't.

Both videos seem to be Flash, and yet I have no other issues with other Flash videos/content (that I know of...)???

If I unload ipflt, the videos work fine.....

From the Adobe Flash Media server page:
You may be behind a "stateful inspection" firewall. These firewalls will drop socket connections if they detect non-HTTP traffic such as the Real-Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP) traffic used by the Flash Media Server. For more information on firewalls see Ports, Firewalls, and Adobe Flash Media Server (TechNote tn_16499).
You are using a proxy server to connect to the Internet. Most proxy servers only negotiate HTTP traffic. For this reason, attempts to connect to the Adobe Flash Media Server using RTMP through a proxy server fail.
Adobe is working to resolve this issue and is interested in any data you can provide regarding your proxy server, firewall, and browser.

According to their tech note, I should be able to open port 1935, and get the RTMP protocol working...but so far that's been a bust.
I have added in packet filter exceptions to allow port 1935 <--> 1024-65535 for both UDP and TCP.

I also seem to fail miserably here (when my filters are up...): http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/164/tn_16466.html

WIN 10,0,32,18

RTMP 80 Failed
RTMP 443 Failed
RTMP 1935 Failed
HTTP Tunneling DEFAULT TimeOut
HTTP Tunneling 80 TimeOut

Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.
-Scott Owen