[Icecast-dev] Using icecast under apache

mark burdett mark at indymedia.org
Tue Oct 28 10:20:42 PDT 2008

You can run icecast on both port 8000 and 80 if you use a separate IP 
for apache.

I've found it difficult to proxy Icecast thru Apache running on a 
different port due to Icecast generating self-referential URLs in its 
metafiles which point to the wrong URL.  But maybe someone has a 


On Tue, 28 Oct 2008 13:01:49 +0000, Peter Brooks wrote:
> Hi all,
> Currently I run the standard Icecast setup for a student radio station,
> where I run icecast on port 8000 and apache on port 80.
> I run apache so that we can serve many features such as access to recorded
> content, sms messages and the usual. I'm however having problems with
> operators and port 8000.
> I'm finding a lot of operators (mobile networks & open wifi) are blocking
> port 8000, what I'd be looking to still run icecast on port 8000 but provide
> the means to use it through port 80.
> Any thoughts?
> Cheers

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