[icecast] bad quality, important buffering, etc...

Jack Moffitt jack at xiph.org
Sat Oct 20 16:11:09 UTC 2001

> I'm sure it's not an icecast problem because I've set up my
> own icecast server (same version, same playlist) on an ISP's server 
> and all is OK, nevertheless maybe some of you had encountered the
> same problems and could tell me where to look at.

You didn't say what you were originating the stream with.  What tool are
you using for that (it might be the culprit)?

> Could this be a faulty router somewhere or something else ?

The first thing that came to mind was the 10/100 - 10 mix.  Most of your
switches and hubs will autodetect, but none of them (that i know of) do
it well.  Check the duplex.  If the duplex is half on one side and full
on the other, you will have major problems :)


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