[Icecast] understanding error.log

j h joefederigo at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 28 15:32:40 PDT 2005


> All TCP connections have a port number, the default
> for http is 80.

Thanks.  Good point. I was wondering how to handle
this in icecast.xml.

> As for the source of the relay, it can be shoutcast
> or icecast, because
> the relay is classed as a listener by the source.

What if the source is neither icecast or shoutcast -
but another mp3 stream source?  If it matters, why?

Thanks



> 


--- Karl Heyes <karl at xiph.org> wrote:

> On Thu, 2005-07-28 at 23:08, j h wrote:
> > Thanks!  That worked.
> > 
> > In regards to the other part of my question - do
> you
> > have to be relaying from a shoutcast or icecast
> > source?  Can the source not have a port number? 
> For
> > example:  http://xxx.xxx.xxx/stream.mp3
> 
> All TCP connections have a port number, the default
> for http is 80.
> 
> As for the source of the relay, it can be shoutcast
> or icecast, because
> the relay is classed as a listener by the source.
> 
> karl.
> 
> 
> 



		
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