View Full Version : How To broadcast privately but get relay public
2nd October 2004, 19:57
I would like to know how I can broadcast privately but get someone to relay me and they maek it public on shoutcast only showing that persons relay not mine
2nd October 2004, 20:50
Simply uncheck the list in 'shoutcast directory' box in the SHOUTcast DSP and give the person you want to relay to a link in this format:
then have them broadcast your station to their server and make sure they have the 'list in directory' box checked.
More info on station linking available at the following links:
2nd October 2004, 21:09
u didn't understand what I said
Okay here goes:
I have one server up and it is not listen on shoutcast.com right now and I am making someone in The uS relay me and get listen on shoutcast.com
but we are not sure how to do this
2nd October 2004, 21:28
Just allow only the minimum number of listeners for your first server and nobody else will be able to connect to it. Even more, edit sc_serv.conf and put it on "rip only" mode.
2nd October 2004, 21:30
I don't want them to see it as a cluster
I want the main server to be unlisted and the relay server to be listed
2nd October 2004, 21:33
Ok, I did it by opening a Winamp and listening to a stream and relaying using the SHOUTcast DSP to the final server.
2nd October 2004, 21:52
First of all is it possible for my server to be up and private and have someone relay the server like they were going to do a cluster?
MY SERVER (PRIVATE)>>>RELAY SERVER (PUBLIC) >> SHOUTCAST.COM
What is Rip Only Mode?
3rd October 2004, 09:11
First of all : Yes it is possible !
Rip only mode is when your private server accepts only connection from the authorized IPs.
Last reply for you because you always change your mind about : make your own tests and you'll understand !
6th October 2004, 21:25
JAMJAR do this:
PRIVATE SERVER dnas cfg:
PublicServer = Never
AllowRelay = Yes
AllowPublicRelay = Yes
PUBLIC RELAY dnas cfg:
RelayServer = your private server IP
RelayPort = your private server port #
PublicServer = Always
Your "private" server will not show up on shoutcast.com; the "public" server will (and other servers will too if you want to let multiple relays pull from your private server).
If you want to make sure no-one connects to your private server but the public server relay you can use the RIP functionality mentioned above.
Howard @ radio.wazee
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