[icecast] "No Encoder"?

Robin P. Blanchard Robin_Blanchard at gactr.uga.edu
Wed Apr 10 06:53:41 PDT 2002



What's happening in IPF ? Got any log info there?

<p>> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Marcelo Gulin <marcelo at gulin.com.ar>
> To: <icecast at xiph.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, April 09, 2002 11:44 PM
> Subject: [icecast] "No Encoder"?
> 
> Hi guys!
> 
>   Thanks to your help I've my IceCast/LiveIce server up & running but
> I´m still having problems:
> 
>   My IceCast server is on the internal LAN and it's NAT'ed behind an
> OpenBSD IPF firewall. Here's my network setup:
> 
> Internet ---- [OpenBSD firewall] ---- hub ---- [IceCast server]
>                       |                               |
>                       +                               +
>               [port 8000 redirected]           [NAT'ed 192.168.100.x
> box]
> 
>   NAT is working fine because I can connect to port 8000 from internet.
> However, when I telnet to IceCast port and send "GET /stream HTTP/1.O"
> command, I can't get the stream from winamp nor IE/Netscape.
> 
>   When I connect from an internal machine all works fine but when I try
> to connect from internet I've get an "404 Stream Not Found" Error. (I
> known that the stream exists).
> 
>   Looking at icecast.log I can see:
> 
>   [09/Apr/2002:14:00:36] [86:Connection Handler] Kicking unknown 82
> [199.6.98.xxx] [No encoder], connected for 2 seconds.
> 
>    So, What's the "No Encoder" mean?
>    Or, Where the F* problem is?
> 
> Thanks in advance!
> Marcelo Gulin


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Robin P. Blanchard
Systems Design and Support
Georgia Center for Continuing Education
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