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1st August 2005, 15:07
Yeah, I RTFM before I posted here.......don't have the port forwarding issue, not running behind a firewall, server has port 8000 and 8001 open, etc. I'm running linux.
The problem: The server sees connections on port 8000 just fine, but doesn't even see the upstream on 8001 - not even giving me an error message, just doesn't see the connection attempt at all.
When I try to connect to the listen port, it gives me the "server unavailable, disconnecting" message as I'd expect.
1st August 2005, 15:49
Remote server? Local server?
If local, make sure you are connecting to 127.0.0.1
Also if using the shoutcast DSP, the port should be set in the DSP to 8000 (confusing, I know - but when you set that to 8000, it actually connects on 8001)
Hope this is helpful :)
1st August 2005, 16:10
Thanks - the server is remote, and I'm using the Shoutcast DSP. It doesn't connect on either 8000 or 8001 though :(
1st August 2005, 16:36
Here's the DNAS output:
<08/01/05@12:48:02> [SHOUTcast] DNAS/Linux v1.9.5 (Dec 27 2004) starting up...
<08/01/05@12:48:02> [main] pid: 6431
<08/01/05@12:48:02> [main] loaded config from sc_serv.conf
<08/01/05@12:48:02> [main] initializing (usermax:15 portbase:8000)...
<08/01/05@12:48:02> [main] introfile: ./content/scpromo.mp3
<08/01/05@12:48:02> [main] opening source socket
<08/01/05@12:48:02> [main] source thread starting
<08/01/05@12:48:02> [source] listening for connection on port 8001
<08/01/05@12:48:02> [main] opening client socket
<08/01/05@12:48:02> [main] Client Stream thread  starting
<08/01/05@12:48:02> [main] client main thread starting
<08/01/05@12:49:24> [dest: 220.127.116.11] server unavailable, disconnecting
1st August 2005, 17:57
Okay - check all programs on your source PC for possible meddling - Cybersitter, for example, has been known to block outbound ports. If you can eliminate all PC "security" software as a cause of the inability to connect, it might be time to contact the host of the shoutcast server and see if they can lend a hand...
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