[Icecast] Questions and problems about relaying
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Fri Jun 20 14:09:39 UTC 2008
1> Master/slave relay should work for you.. something i found in the
version i am using you have to define the mount name in the master
config file for it to be relayed to the slaves relays. The current
relesed version supose to resolve this issue, I still trying to
compile it on my linux systems to test it out.
2> For non static IP address you can use a dynamic hosting service
like http://www.dyndns.org. If you really want to put a server out in
3> The icecast servers cant push a stream to another server, you can
set up a stream translator to basically listen to the stream and to
source it out to a server. We have done this because allot of the
commercial available icecast hosting you cant set up as a slave and
can only source to it.
4> I found if you look in the error.log of the slave it will tell you
why it not working.
On Fri, Jun 20, 2008 at 5:18 AM, Pierpaolo Gulla <airteknology at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi guys , I have some strange problems using Icecast2 Rlay.
> I'm using two icecast2 server , 1 in a office and 1 in another office.
> Every office connection have static Ip and the 8000 port fordwarded to
> the icecast private Ip by every router.
> Reading the documentation
> I have tryed the two type of realy:
> the master-server relay doesn't work , beacuse on the slave there isn't
> the mountpoint of the master , I try to restart every server ,to statrt
> before the master and later the slave , all without result.
> The Single braodcast relay works very well.
> My ideas is another:
> There is a possiblity for an icecast server to be a client for another
> icecast server?
> Because my master server for some times will don't have static Ip ,
> because I'm going to follow some artist and do a live streaming with
> this configuration
> firewire camera -->pc1-->streaming on the Lan to Icecast of
> Pc2-->Icecast on the web.
> The problem it's that6 all the type of the relay in the documentation is
> the serer that connects it self to the master.
> There isn't a way that are the master that send the stream to the slave
> , like a client?
> Excuse for my bad explanation and English , but I hpe it's understandable.
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