[icecast] yp dir listing
oliver at ojms.org.uk
Tue Aug 5 07:15:12 PDT 2003
>>> Oliver Stirling wrote:
>>>> My icecast server is behind a http proxy server, does anyone know of
>>>> a program I can use to get icecast to send data to that will forward
>>>> it to the yp dir? (I'm on linux btw)
> what's the actual problem with listing behind a http proxy ? Icecast2
> shouldn't have any problems doing this. You may need to change the
> value of <hostname> in the icecast.xml config file (this is where the yp
> routines gets the information for the listen url). This is different
> then Shoutcast which would derive the listen url based off the IP of the
> listing client. The YP servers actually will use the IP of the listing
> client in some cases. This will happen if <hostname> is something like
> "localhost" or 192.168.* or 127.0.0.1, but if you make <hostname>
> www.myserver.com, then the listen URL on the YP will use that (even if
> your listing isn't coming from www.mysever.com)...
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Well, if I just connect to localhost then it will only send the data to
localhost (not the yp server).
What I've done is written a cheeky PHP script that gets around that
though. (as usual)
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