If your Wowza Application Source Security Configuration requires pasword authentication make sure that you have the username and password configured in the Wowza Server Source Authentication configuration.
The stream should automatically show up in your Wowza Application Incoming Streams page once it is published to the server.
Test the stream by going to Test Players and selecting a player such as Adobe RTMP by using the Stream name that you used when publishing, such as openvsx-rtmp.stream.
Stream to Wowza with RTSP
Let Wowza ingest your live stream by running an OpenVSX RTSP server.
./bin/vsx -v --in=<sdp file> --rtsp=1554
Or to stream a static file
./bin/vsx -v --in=<mp4 file> --loop --rtsp=1554
In Wowza setup an Incoming Publisher using an RTSP template such as the JVC Professional Camcorders.
Enter a Stream Name of your choice such as openvsx-rtsp
Select RTSP/RTP transport mode
Enter the address of the OpenVSX RTSP Server as the Camcorder IP Address
Click on Create connection to create the stream file openvsx-rtsp.stream
Go to the Selected Application Main Menu item Stream Files and select the stream name you created such as openvsx-rtsp
Edit the RTSP URI and add a non-standard port to enable running OpenVSX as an unprivileged user. rtsp://prohd:@x.x.x.x:1554/stream
Go back to the Selected Application Main Menu item Incoming Streams and click on reset stream
Test the stream by going to Test Players and a player such as Adobe RTMP by using the Stream name that you created such as openvsx-rtsp.stream.
Stream to Wowza with MPEG-2 TS
You can use MPEG-2 Transport Stream over UDP or RTP to stream to a Wowza server.