[Icecast] Multiple mountpoints and ports

Christian "flash2" Fladung cf at it-flash.de
Wed Jun 16 07:18:30 UTC 2021

Ports should be only give aß service.

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Am 16. Juni 2021 2:19 AM, um 2:19 AM, kit <therealkitman at iinet.net.au> schrieb:
>Hi Geoff,
>My use case is that I have put an icecast server in the cloud. I want
>stream my stuff on one port and let my friend stream their stuff on a 
>different port. I would worry that if they accidentally entered the
>port as mine in the source client (eg Mixxx) - eg 
>http://serverip:8000/mystream8000 and 
>http://serverip:8000/friendsstream8001- it would screw up both our
>Basically I'm looking at this like a safety mechanism, particularly if
>want to add a 3rd stream for another friend.
>On 14/6/21 6:00 pm, Geoff Shang wrote:
>> On Mon, 14 Jun 2021, kit wrote:
>>> Is it possible to assign specific ports to mountpoints in such a way
>>> that stream8001 can't use port 8000 but only work on port 8001?
>> I don't think so.
>> YOu can set up mount aliases that are port-specific but I don't know 
>> of a way of preventing access to other mounts.
>> So for example, you could put your streams on stream1 and stream2 and
>> set up an alias called stream8000 which specifies port
>> 8000 to point to stream1, and an alias stream8001 which is specific
>> port 8001 which points to stream2.
>> Then you could publicise the aliases and hide the original mounts so 
>> in theory no-one should find them.  But I don't think that you'd be 
>> able to prevent access to stream1 or stream2 on either port if
>> actually did find them.
>> I'm curious to know what your use case is.
>> Cheers,
>> Geoff.
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