[Icecast] a basic question about source streaming
thedarkener at logicalnetworking.net
Wed Oct 1 19:46:32 PDT 2014
Your iPh*ne would be a source client to Icecast. Relays are normally
used for different purposes.
Icecast can handle multiple connections on the same port (such as the
default 8000) because of how it handles mountpoints IIRC.
If you want stream fallbacks, with the <fallback-override> options set
more details on that.
On 09/26/2014 02:57 AM, Simone Dal Maso wrote:
> sorry, this is really an easy question, but I'd like to be sure.
> I setup a streaming on port 8000 using icecast2 and defuzzer.
> the streaming is a series of ogg files, and it works! mountpoint is stream.
> Now I'd like to use my iphone for make some live show.
> for example speak for 30 minutes and then the primary music stream restart.
> what is the vocal streaming from the point of view of icecast2?
> is this a source or relay?
> should I use port 8001 or other port for that?
> I know that defuzzer is able to manage more streaming, but I really
> don't know if I must define other mount point on the icecast
> configuration file, or open other port on my firewall.
> can you help me please?
> thank you.
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