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Old 17th July 2010, 08:18   #152
versusradio
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Originally Posted by Red Sackles View Post
im not sure if its posible to do that because both shoutcast and the webserver would be listening to the same port and two applications cant use the same incoming port and IP combination (socket)

you can set shoutcast to use port 80 but i doubt shoutcast and apache can use the same socket simultaniusly.

is there a particular reason you need to use port 80 for streaming? if not you can use 8000 or any other port number of choice.
One of the features listed for the new shoutcast release is port 80 streaming. But not much info is given in that regard.
The reason for port 80 streaming is to enable listeners behind firewalls to be able to tune in as well.

I hope that someone can shed some light on it.
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