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27th March 2002, 20:05
Ok, I have a Netgear RT314 Gateway router, I am using DSL and I want to get a shoutcast server running... I know there is a firewall built in to the router, and I know you have to map aound the ports.. but I am having a problem doing that could someone help me who has this router??? PLEASE...:confused:
27th March 2002, 20:09
Refer to the router documentation and TSGH (http://forums.winamp.com/forumdisplay.php?s=&forumid=15) > Fixing yp.shoutcast.com gave error() (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=70402) (second post, which has some router links).
You need to forward ports 8000 (and sometimes 8001) to the system you intend to run the Shoutcast server on.
27th March 2002, 21:48
Connect to your router and configure the following settings:
Using the web interface: Advanced->Ports
Add Start port: 8000
Add End port: 8001
Add Server IP Address: <the ip of your machine>
Using the telnet interface: Menu 15 (SUA Server Setup)
Add parameters as above. Save settings.
Also make sure that you haven't configured any special filters. This should fix your problem (it's working fine for me).
1st July 2003, 02:58
it seems i have to use telnet since the advanced tab in my web interface is grayed out. when i telnet in and go to menu 15, i get a list with 2 columns, one for a port # and one for ip. i can only enter a single port number in the left colum. do i put "8000 192.168.0.3" on the first row and "8001 192.168.0.3" on the next?
1st July 2003, 06:27
You definately need portBase (default is 8000).
If you are going to allow folks outside your lan/firewall source the DNAS, then you need to also forward portBase+1 (default is 8000+1)
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