[Icecast] Buffer in IceCast
tanersener at gmail.com
Wed Jun 11 23:49:44 PDT 2008
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.
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.
> Dick Trump
> Triad AV Services
> 1910 Ingersoll Ave.
> Des Moines, IA 50309
> 515-243-2055 (fax)
> dtrump1 at triadav.com
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