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[*] posted on 15-12-2014 at 11:52
Port 80 streaming available?


Hi all!
first of all, i would love to thank you for this fantastic project, i'm really addicted to your radio!
...but, i have a little problem: my new company is blocking port 8000/1337/7331 so i can't listen to it whilte at work
Do you have any streaming available on port 80/443?
thank you
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[*] posted on 15-12-2014 at 15:11


Thanks for the nice feedback - appreciated! :starhit:

80/443 streaming is not possible at the moment as those ports are currently occupied by HTTP/S and we would need to have a dedicated host for this (which costs money that we don't have).

Also, it's possible your company firewall is not blocking the ports per se but rather some higher-level HTTP protocols (icecast/shoutcast). What happens if you point your browser to http://178.209.52.163:7331/ ?
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[*] posted on 15-12-2014 at 15:33


Hi Henry,
If i telnet 178.209.52.163:7331 i get a very nice "connection refused" and via browser i don't see your Shoutcast server statistics
If i use an unfiltered access (my old company VPN :lol:) i can see the shoutcast statistics.
i'm almost 100% sure it's not a protocol filter, because i can listen to the shoutcast by using an external proxy (on port 80)
I think i'll just try with an HTTP tunneling from my home PC in the next days (those chinese proxies are a bit slow :sad:)
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[*] posted on 15-12-2014 at 19:11


I'll see if there's anything I can do with my relay...



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[*] posted on 6-5-2016 at 21:07


I wasn't able to do much easily with my streaming either and I'd probably have to do something like pipe icecast through nginx to get this working neatly. I don't run nginx on the streaming server and I'm not currently able to, although it's still something I'd be interested in looking into.

@Spewk did you have any success with your own relay?




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