[vorbis] Streaming content from BBC just stops
kano-ogg at kano.org.uk
Wed Jan 30 14:54:14 PST 2002
On Wed, 30 Jan 2002, Jack Moffitt wrote:
> > Am I out of luck because I don't have a high enough data rate,
> > or what?
> It sounds like you are just too slow, or that the link between .uk and
> you is too slow. It could be either, or it could be both.
> You might tell them your stats, whether you can get the real stream on
> the same connection at the same time, etc, so that they will know what
> bitrates work and what don't. That's half the point of this new test I
> believe :)
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We currently peer with a large amount of ISPs, so we have good
connectivity to pretty much everywhere:
I presume your upstream provider is he.net, do they peer anywhere in that
Currently all the ogg streams are fed from one place, we are waiting on
icecast to properly support splitting, although we are working on a hack
ourselves. The best way to get better service is to email
oggfeedback at bbc.co.uk
with what you think, as with most companies, we are driven by management
that follow public demand (apparently), so the more support the better.
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