manneringmedia Posted January 19, 2011 Share Posted January 19, 2011 Hi, I think i am going nuts, or at my age.. senile. I have installed Broadwave and followed all the instructions correctly (I think), but i just cannot get past my router.:( I can hear my broadcasts on all the computers linked into the router in my home (4). I have run the program PFPortchecker, it says everything is fine. I have run the Broadwave test wizard and it tells me that my UPnP is not activated on my router, however; i have checked my router settings and it tells me that UPnP is activated.:confused: My router is a Belkin F5D8236-4, i am running windows Vista on the server PC. Although everyone on my home network can here my station, no one can here from the internet. Any advice would be greatly appreciated, Ian. P.S, My server software in my server PC is behind my router with an IP address and port of... XXX.XXX.XX.4:88 And my router (with the fixed IP Address) is at XXX.XXX.XX.1 What address do i link to from the internet... my PC address and port, or my Router address and add the port.... ie; XXX.XXX.XX.1:88 ------------------------------------------------ If all else fails, I would be interested in hearing about any streaming software that will let me do the following..... I want to be able to broadcast my programs and station content from my home PC, and have a facility on my webpage that links to the server. So people can come to my webpage for information about the station and content, and by clicking a button on the webpage... be able to here the station "live". Please keep in mind; this is strictly a hobby and any costs come out of my pocket (housekeeping). I did think of Icecast2, but do not have a clue about setting it up and getting it to do what i want... (I am very thick when it comes to modifying software...) Any advice is always welcome. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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