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11th December 2004, 17:46
So, I can't figure out why my server is disconnecting. If somebody could give me some help, I would be greatly appreciated. Here's what the log says when it has an error:
<12/11/04@12:42:39> [yp_add] yp.shoutcast.com gave extended error (Cannot see your station/computer (IP: 126.96.36.199:8000) from the Internet, disable Internet Sharing/NAT/firewall/ISP cache (Connection timed out))
Also...what's the address for people to listen to me? I know it involves my IP address, but that's about it.
11th December 2004, 17:56
Are you on Windows XP? Are you behind a router?
Link using this format: http://yourIP:yourPORT/listen.pls
Replace "yourIP" with your IP (which you can find from the hosting machine here (http://www.radiotoolbox.com/online_tools/whereami.php)) and "yourPORT" with your portbase as defined by your DNAS (server) config file. The default is 8000.
11th December 2004, 18:03
Yes, I am using Win XP and my internet runs through a router so it can send internet throughout my house. Do I need to configure it er sumthin?
11th December 2004, 18:05
Disable your XP Firewall (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?postid=1131209#post1131209).
You'll need to forward ports through your router. Try checking your router's documentation/FAQs/site for info on that. If you can't find anything, post your router's make and model.
11th December 2004, 18:36
I'll check myself as well, but I have a Siemen's Speadstream. Model: SS2624
11th December 2004, 18:55
Try going to http://192.168.254.254 and looking for "Virtual Server" and setting one up for your SHOUTcast ports.
11th December 2004, 19:10
Uh...both pages 404'd me.
11th December 2004, 19:17
Download this .pdf (http://psycle-trance.net/2624_manual.pdf). Search for "Virtual Server."
11th December 2004, 19:20
OK, now I use port 8000 for my port? And which protocol do I use?
11th December 2004, 19:23
8000, yes. TCP.
11th December 2004, 19:45
Uggh...that stupid http://192.168.254.254 link is not letting me get in. It keeps 404'n me, so I can't set up a virtual server when I can't get in.
Oh...I forgot to tell you that I also have Norton's. If I have to, where can I allow Norton's to open the port?
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