[icecast] Ice 0.3 cannot connect to Icecast2

Joe Jones joe_jones64 at hotmail.com
Tue Apr 13 15:51:27 PDT 2004



Try setting <Hostname> to "localhost"...the current hostname may not be 
resolving properly.

<p>>From: Geoff Shang <gshang at pacific.net.au>
>Reply-To: icecast at xiph.org
>To: icecast at xiph.org
>Subject: Re: [icecast] Ice 0.3 cannot connect to Icecast2
>Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2004 23:41:00 +1000
>
>On Tue, 13 Apr 2004, Tom wrote:
>
> >   <Stream>
> >     <Server>
> >       <Hostname>xxx.xxx.xxx.edu</Hostname>
> >       <Port>8000</Port>
> >       <Password>xxxxxxxx</Password>
> >       <Protocol>http</Protocol>
> >     </Server>
>
>I hate to be patronising, but you did actually use the correct hostname
>value in the above?  I generally feel that it's best to obscure only the
>most sensitive information when posting configs, otherwise careless
>mistakes can be missed.  The fact that nothing whatever appears in the
>icecast log suggests that ices is attempting to connect to the wrong place,
>or at the very least, the packets are being turned back/diverted before
>they reach icecast.
>
>Geoff.
>
>
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