The error I get from our player trying to access is "Read [HTTP/1.0 403 Account already in use]"
Icecast KH definitely running, restarted the server and also tried it on a c32 account rather than the C2 I tried yesterday. Still the same result, once 1 listener is on the stream no other listeners...
I have enabled password protection on one of my streams, a very useful feature for us and I would like to do so for the rest. However it seems only one listener is able to access the stream once the protection is setup. Is this a bug?
Ok thanks. It would be very helpful to be advised of any IP changes as many of our clients are behind firewalls and some require the actual IP address rather than the domain name.
Strange that I can access the server but not listen to the streams though?
I have a support ticket already running.
There's something strange going on with all radioboss.fm sites (including the streaming servers), unable to access them when using a vpn (but I am able to access any other site). If I disconnect the VPN then I can login to radioboss.fm fine and listen to their streams.
Sorry I should have said that this difference specifically appears on chrome/pc. For example in Firefox both HTTP and HTTPS streams start instantly (no discernible delay at all).
The main purpose is we supply many users behind corporate firewalls. It would make it easier for us to provide...
Ok thanks for the update. The ability to move files between folders in FTP or indeed from the cp panel would also be much appreciated.
One thing I have noticed since the apostrophe 'fix' is that whilst the files referenced in the media library do have them displayed correctly the actual files...
It would be helpful for us to have a 'date created' column in the file manager section so that is easy to find the latest tracks uploaded and add those to the playlist. Would that be possible to implement in the future please?
I'm unable to rename the account username in the latest few servers I've setup. Is this a new thing? Accounts are labelled 'stream503' 'stream803' etc which isn't very intuitive when you have a bunch of accounts on the same server address. The accounts I set up 2 months or more or so it was no...
We have to provide network information to some of our clients for firewall rules. Can you tell me the potential range your streaming servers operate in? I've assumed 8000-8100 but can you clarify for me. Thanks