I’ve managed to get my wanscam W2 to work by using ffmpeg to re-encapsulate the media stream and re-publishing there via rtsp-simple-server and monocle-gateway: Install rtsp-simple-server from https://github.com/aler9/rtsp-simple-server/releases/latest Make sure, ffmpeg is available on your system (https://ffmpeg.org) Configure rtsp-simple-server to serve the reencoded stream Here the relevant part of my rtsp-simple-server.yml [...] # port of the TCP/RTSP listener. This is used only if encryption is "no" or "optional". rtspPort: 8654 # port of the TCP/TLS/RTSPS listener. This is used only if encryption is "yes" or "optional". rtspsPort: 8655 # port of the UDP/RTP listener. This is used only if "udp" is in protocols. rtpPort: 8100 # port of the UDP/RTCP listener. This is used only if "udp" is in protocols. rtcpPort: 8101 [...] paths: cam: source: record publishIps: ["127.0.0.1"] runOnInit: "ffmpeg -i 'rtsp://user:pass@IP_OF_CAMERA/live/ch0' -vcodec copy -acodec aac -f rtsp rtsp://localhost:${RTSP_PORT}/${RTSP_PATH} -loglevel 8" runOnInitRestart: yes readUser: user readPass: pass readIps: ["YOURLOCALSUBNET"] #or let empty The runOnInit might be also replaced by a runOnDemand Now configure monocle to connect to the local rtsp server, e.g.: rtmp://IP_OF_HELPER_SERVER:8654/cam and use as tags @proxy Hope that helps!