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  1. I have a crazy setup here on my linux-server running Icecast with AzuraCast. Since i allready have another server with apache, hosting lots of websites on port 80, i don't know how to configure Icecast. As it is right now, i can reach the server with the radio on another port 8086, but when i begin to stream, yet another port is added to the url (8000). (Thats why i can't even be listed on the Icecast YP, because of my strange url with two ports.) This is the link to my small webradio: http://bananradion.bananklubben.se:8086/radio/8000/index.html Any suggestions on how i can fix this, and be listed on Icecast YP? I only have one ip and i can't risk install icecast on my server with all the websites.
  2. [TABLE=width: 99%, align: left] [TR] [TD=width: 1%][/TD] [TD]Hi, I make music videos for a living, using dslr camera's. I want to expand to a few new gig's such as broadcasting a live event... we will only have one camera and 4 tv's and evertything will be connected by a Teradek BOLT. My question is.... when i stream from my dslr VIA a hdmi to a tv on my tv screen I have all the settings on the screen from my menu.. ISO, Fstop, Battery life, etc etc.... I called cannon and they said my camera can not stream with out anything on the screen... I was able to take everything away expect the focal rings.. so on the TV you would see all the Focal Points.. so i am going to get a broadcasting camera for this GIG... what camera should i get that is able to stream live video with out any of these settings info on the sides... is it just dslr's that have this problem? is this a easy fix with a high quality broadcasting camera? is it in the settings to turn this stuff off?? I still dont know what camera to get either so if you have any ideas i would be happy to know.. thank you very very much for your time and help[/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE]
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  5. Hello! We have several SHOUTcast (public) streams, and we would like to add some streams that would be accessible only to some selected users. For our streams we currently utilize our own Linux/CentOS server and Centova Cast. I am writing hoping to get ideas or guidance, perhaps from somebody having the above setup already in place? I understand that having a list of "allowed" IPs would not work, because of the dynamic IPs rotation, thus probably is not the best solution? Additionally as we have already in place a firewall to serve the public streams (firewall which is allowing connections to all the IPs except the blocked ones) thus putting in place a new rule "blocking all the IPs except the listed ones" wouldn't be feasible. Probably, but not sure, would be better a personalized login solution (user name and password) or just a common access password to be used by all the authorized users? I will be very glad to get your help in order to move forward with the above project. Thank you for reading and participating to this discussion. Best regards
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