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8th August 2001, 20:12
i have a cable internet acount.
i have 3 pc's behind a router
now i have installed shoutcast
but nobody can log on my shoutcast server
i can only log in with a internal ip 192.168.1.35
do i need to configure the router??
and how do i need to configure it ?
its' a zyxel prestige 310 dsl/cable sharing router
8th August 2001, 21:16
You need to do a mapping with port 8000 which is the default broadcasting port for shoutcast. I don't know how you configure your router but mine, a Netgear RT 314, is configured via telnet or a web interface. Anyway you need to map port 8000 (or the one you use) and open a port to the internal IP which is hosting the shoutcast server.
Good Luck, and have patience (spelling??) with my crappy English.
8th August 2001, 23:49
i go try to doit
but i need first read the manual of the router.
how to do it.
it is not so easy to configure a router.
10th August 2001, 12:57
I am also set up with a cable modem coming in to a router
with its own IP, then it routes to a PowerMac with its own DHCP
automatic (software-based) router back to the physical router which splits signal 3 or more ways. I have the IP's of all stops along the way, including the internal IP of the PC that is running Shoutcast. I use this IP as the default for the 8000 settings, etc.
When I run it, everything seems to be working smoothly, but when I connect to the server from another machine, I get a connection - but no stream and no sound.
(I would share the IP's as well, but this is an open forum...;-)
16th August 2001, 04:01
i am also behinde a router...the Linksys one...what i do is i have forwarded my ports 1~168...all the common ones...and there r ones that r left out..so i configure the left out ones....to my server.. 135 in this case...it works fine :D hope that helps ;)
18th August 2001, 05:20
The Linksys router is VERY easy to configure the ports on ... because the entire configuration is done thru HTTP (a web page interface), you don't need a degree in computer programming! :)
What you have to do is map the incoming ports of the server (8000,8001?) to the IP of your server computer (192.168.1.35). Outbound is done automatically.
18th August 2001, 17:46
i don't know how to do that.
i have a zyxel prestige 310 cable/dsl router.
if some one can tell me how i need to configure
it in the router.
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