[icecast] Restricting access to specific IPs

Kerry Cox kerry.cox at ksl.com
Mon Feb 24 16:59:46 UTC 2003

I would think the /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/hosts.deny would do the
  icecast: 64.147.130. 192.168.0.
Someone please correct me if I am wrong. It's been known to happen.

On Mon, 2003-02-24 at 09:55, Jesper Johnson wrote:
> Hello
> I tried searching the mailing list and did some googling on the topic also, 
> but didn't find anything very useful. I'm looking for a way to restrict 
> access to my icecast2 server (which runs on a Slackware 8.1 system)
> by using a list of IPs that should be allowed to connect as clients / sources.
> .. now how do I do this? ;-) I remember that it was possible in the older
> Icecast version to have rules in the configuration file, but since the
> docs on Icecast2 aren't complete, I have no clue on how to do this.
> So, once again, I'll be glad to accept your help :-)
> Thanks!
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