[Icecast] Making icecast stream available outside my network?

Matt Turner meturner2214 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 1 00:32:20 PST 2015


Hi, yess its running on my local ip address.
I've loged in to the router, andf

orwarded

port 8000.
On 12/1/2015 2:17 AM, Marius Flage wrote:
> Hi!
>
> Are you even sure that your icecast server is exposed on the internet?
> Is your icecast server running on a public or private ip address? If
> it's running on a private ip address (192.168.0.0/16, 10.0.0.0/8 or
> 172.16.0.0/12), then you have to do some port forwarding, so your
> listeners can reach it.
>
> - Marius
>
> Den 30.11.2015 22:59, skrev Matt Turner:
>> Hi, i'm a newb to using icecast.
>> what i'm using is, foobar2000, with the altacast encoder.
>> I went in to the config file, and changed the adminname/password.
>> i've  left everything else at there defaults.
>> I open up altacast, and add a new encoder, giveing it the user name, and
>> password.
>> it works fine.
>> But when giveing the link to people to listen, they say they can't open it.
>> I've read up on the doc, but still can't seem to figure it out.
>> Using NVDA, witch is a screen reader, and windows 8.1.
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