[Icecast] Buffer in IceCast

Taner Sener tanersener at gmail.com
Wed Jun 11 23:49:44 PDT 2008


Hi Dick,

I've already tried similar ping, traceroute tests, but couldn't find
anything. Karl recommended me some config parametres but they didn't worked
for me, so I'll run my server & client on the same host. It is the only
working path for me.

Thanks,
Taner

On Wed, Jun 11, 2008 at 9:09 PM, Dick Trump <dtrump1 at triadav.com> wrote:

>  Taner Sener wrote:
>
> >
>
> You might be right, but I don't get why my existing downloads (I guess they
> are on different routes) are not affected. If my ADLS provider is doing some
> IP adjustments (btw my IP is static) I expect everything to disconnect, not
> only my icecast connection. So I'll monitor my USRobotics logs today and
> tomorrow so see if there is something strange.
>
>
> It looks like you have been focusing on the server connection.  Are you
> sure the source client connection isn't the problem?  Do you also have
> responsibility of that system and connection?  Here are a couple of things
> you might try:
>
>
> 1.  Set up a separate job or computer that periodically pings (or tracert)
> the source client, and if possible another location on the same IP, logging
> both results.  Then when you do have one of your unscheduled drops, compare
> the ping results to the time that you have had the dropout.  That can
> possibly localize where the loss is happening.
>
>
> 2.  If you do have control of the source client, consider running a server
> application on the same machine as the source client.  Then run your current
> server as a relay.  I'm unsure if that will provide the buffering you were
> looking for.  Karl can probably tell you if it is likely to do any good.
>
>
> --
>
> Regards
>
> Dick Trump
>
>
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