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14th September 2001, 22:22
I'm behind an SMC router (SMC7004-ABR) used to share my cable modem connection and I can't broadcast on shoutcast anymore. I've mapped port 8000 on my router's external IP to the internal port 8000 on the machine running shoutcast. Doing this allows me to get listed with yp and I can search successfully for my broadcast on the shoutcast directory. However, when I try to test out my broadcast by listening to it on another instance of winamp, I get a timed out error. What's up here???
22nd September 2001, 19:22
If you are trying to test the connection within your lan, use the lan ip address for the stream.
To test if others can get in to your stream, you will need to coordinate with someone outside.
19th February 2002, 06:44
Hey i am using the same router you are and where do you go to the port forwarding and which feilds do i do it in?
19th February 2002, 15:51
OPen a web browser and enter the following url:
(note, these are my settings and not necessarily yours)
http://192.168.2.1 (this is the lan ip of the router)
Login with your password (default was no password)
Click Setup from the top
Click Virtual Server from the right.
Enter the lan ip machine to go to, the lan machine port, then the incoming port.
Rinse, repeat for other port openings.
You should check for a firmware update while you are in there.
6th July 2003, 11:03
Maybe someone can help me. I've got the same router and can't broadcast. I've done all the things festerhead told in the post above.
What do I have to put in the fields? And what will the IP adress of my webradio be then?
Thanks in advance.
6th July 2003, 11:25
Ah yes, I get
<07/06/03@13:29:23> [yp_add] yp.shoutcast.com gave extended error (Cannot see your station/computer (IP: ***.**.***.**:8000) from the Internet, disable Internet Sharing/NAT/firewall/ISP cache (Connection timed out))
Private IP will be the LAN IP of the machine running the DNAS.
Public and Private Port will both be 8000 and Type will be TCP.
Users outside your LAN will use your global IP (the one assigned to your router) while users inside your LAN will use the LAN IP of the machine running the DNAS.
8th July 2003, 02:06
yeah i have the same problem and i had the settings right in the virtual server area.. but everyone still times out
What OS? Are you running any firewall package?
11th July 2003, 05:36
Yeah I've got the exact same problem only I'm using a D-Link AirPlus router. How can you help ME?
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