[Icecast] Question about replacing the web interface with an audio stream

John Molane icq8852 at fastmail.com
Sun Apr 7 18:17:21 UTC 2019

That's a good idea and is what I was originally going to do, but I ran into issues when trying to use SSL with a reverse proxy. Adding SSL support is what my end goal was when I started messing with all this, but it doesn't look like it's going to be as easy as I'd originally thought. It seems that mobile web browsers are starting to complain when a website doesn't use https, so I thought I'd try to turn on SSL.

Thanks for responding.

On Sun, Apr 7, 2019, at 14:12, Jordan Verner wrote:
> I did something like this, but the way I did it was more of a workaround than what you might want.
> What I did was run icecast on default port 8000, set up Apache on port 80, and configured a reverse proxy within apache so it would retrieve the audio stream from icecast and deliver it over port 80.
> I did it so that my stream would be accessible over public wifi with port restrictions, but it accomplishes what you’re asking as well.
>> On Apr 7, 2019, at 12:43 PM, John Molane <icq8852 at fastmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I was wondering if someone here could help me out.
>> I have a domain that I'm using for Icecast, let's use "domain.com" as an example. Icecast is running on port 80. The problem is that when I go to "domain.com" in my web browser, it brings up the web interface.
>> I want to configure it so that instead of showing the status page, it immediately goes to one of my mountpoints. This would make it so people don't have to remember the full path to the mountpoint.
>> Is this possible? I apologize if I'm overlooking something simple. This doesn't seem to be a very common way of using Icecast.
>> Thanks.
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