[icecast] How to handle NAT ?
joe_jones64 at hotmail.com
Wed Apr 28 20:42:04 UTC 2004
I've been doing something like this. You'll need to set up a proxy so that
when you make a HTTP request the request 'goes' outside and then comes back
<p>>From: "SmartBloke" <smartbloke at fastmail.fm>
>Reply-To: icecast at xiph.org
>To: icecast at xiph.org
>Subject: [icecast] How to handle NAT ?
>Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2004 21:28:57 +0100
>Now I have the icecast server working within the confines of my home
>network (ip: 10.1.1.x), I want to be able to connect to it from the other
>side of my firewall too.
>I configured the firewall to pass all port 8000 traffic to my linux
>server (local address 10.1.1.101)
>If I connect from the other side of my firewall using my external ip
>(217.x.x.x), then I see the connection come in on the icecast log, but
>winamp does not play. I assume this is down to the same problem I had
>previously - i.e. the m3u file served to the client contains
>which is of course not a valid address from the other side of my
>Is there a way to configure icecast so it will work from both sides of my
>smartbloke at fastmail.fm
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