Old 28th March 2017, 08:59   #1
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how to ssl supoort for shoucast v2.5 ?

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I want to play streams with ssl but i dont want to use reverse proxy.

Is shoutcast v2.5 support ssl stream ? If yes, how can i setup configuration

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Old 1st April 2017, 15:12   #2
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any mention in the documentation that comes with DNAS?

Is it just me or are shoutcast users getting dumber?
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any mention in the documentation that comes with DNAS?
Unfortunately no
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it's not practical or efficient to use ssl for any stream - streaming audio/video already has enough overhead in the encode decode process, you don't need the additional cpu load on both ends for a media stream.

a stream contains no information that needs to be protected by ssl encryption, and neither side needs to certify their authenticity -- a stream is public, free for all, anonymously.
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it's not practical or efficient to use ssl for any stream - streaming audio/video already has enough overhead in the encode decode process, you don't need the additional cpu load on both ends for a media stream.

a stream contains no information that needs to be protected by ssl encryption, and neither side needs to certify their authenticity -- a stream is public, free for all, anonymously.
Hi djSpinnerCee thank you for your reply.
Yes, you right, i know ssl is not require for streaming but our customer radio web page has use ssl certificate, and their player was not play without ssl streams.
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realize that a web player on a page requested over ssl depends on the client's (a browser's) capabilities - for an embedded player, that also depends on the app that the client's browser dispaches to play a stream.

that said, your problem is likely due to the fact that most browsers do not like pages with a secure/insecure mix of content, they will throw warnings or refuse to load the insecure content.

what can you do -- the simplest solution is to make the web player page non-ssl to accomodate the insecure stream. some sites will not allow this because of policy -- then the option is to proxy the dnas with a ssl server, running a script to read and deliver the stream over ssl to the client. there's a downside to this because the client will need a player that supports ssl (i don

't know any that do). while webplayers look like the server they're on are playing content, the client browser is doing all the work.
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Old 7th June 2017, 15:18   #8
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real Easy!!

if you have @ VPS just Using Stunnel client requested shoutcast over ssl. like in my radio station i have shoutcast with ssl.

https://labachatera.com:8002/
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