[icecast] m3u - mine type

oddsock oddsock at oddsock.org
Wed Mar 5 15:20:14 PST 2003



put <hostname>modulo.mine.nu</hostname> in your config, and use 
<bind_address>192.168.1.2</bind_address> to bind to your local 
address....the m3u generator in icecast2 build the listen link based off 
your hostname defined in the config file..

oddsock
At 12:10 AM 3/6/2003 +0100, you wrote:
>Hi icecast,
>
>I'm having a "bizarre" problem with the m3u extension.
>I read somewhere to add ".m3u" in a link on a web page to make winamp
>load and play the stream.
>
>It works very fine, but ONLY in my LAN.
>When I call http://192.168.1.2:8002/status.xsl, i got the "click here to
>listen" which is link to the moint point + .m3u (/MyStream.ogg.m3u)
>I click, winamp load and play the stream. --> Perfect!
>
>But, i then checked from to outside, so I unplugged from the LAN, use a
>modem to connect the net through my ISP,
>I got a dyndns.org account with a client that keep the IP address of my
>server up to date.
>I open my page witch is http://modulo.mine.nu:8002/status.xsl
>I see my page from the net, with the same "click here to listen"; when I
>click, winamp load BUT don't stream.
>If I play the location from winamp
>(http://modulo.mine.nu:8002/MyStream.ogg) it works.(!)
>
>Does anyone have an idea / clue? It definitely has to do with my ISP,
>but how?
>
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