[Icecast] Chrome not allowing mixed content anymore
albert.santoni at oscillicious.com
Sat Feb 29 15:30:40 UTC 2020
Can you explain the use case here a bit more? I think I'm missing something
in my understanding.
If you enable TLS/HTTPS, you should enable it on a different port (eg. 443)
and keep your existing HTTP port for Icecast so that your stations will
continue to work in external players (Winamp, playlists, VLC, etc.).
However, you should update all embedded links to your stream on your
website(s) and point them to the new HTTPS port.
Is the problem that your streams are embedded on many websites outside of
On Sat, Feb 29, 2020 at 10:11 AM Yahav Shasha <yahav.shasha at gmail.com>
> This is a real problem that needs to be addressed.
> Anyone has figured a way to mitigate this?
> On Sat, Feb 29, 2020 at 4:29 PM Mikel Sanz | 20 Comunicación <
> mikel at 20comunicacion.com> wrote:
>> Yes, I also think that 6 years of Beta is too much and now it's too
>> El sáb., 29 feb. 2020 14:25, Alexandru Matei <alexandru.ort at gmail.com>
>>> With its 80th version, Chrome stopped serving non-secure resources on
>>> https pages. This affected the icecast server I run also. I enabled SSL,
>>> the issue with Chrome not playing audio got fixed, but I noticed a major
>>> drop in the number of listeners. As far as I figured out, the listeners
>>> that have the http url in a playlist - listening in winamp, vlc etc. -
>>> could listen no more. Those using internet radio devices were affected also.
>>> Does icecast support streaming both http and https on the same port?
>>> Is there such a feature in the version 4.5beta2?
>>> Is there a release date planned for the new version of icecast?
>>> This will affect many listeners and the administrators of those radios
>>> servers. What would you do?
>>> Thank you.
>>> Alex G.
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