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#1 10 years ago

I am using a software called pirate radio to broadcast internet radio but i am using a router Linksys Capture("WRT54G")WRT54G and the manual says that if you are using a router:

If you are connecting one or more computers to the Internet with a router, you will need to configure the router to redirect Broadcaster traffic to the appropriate internal server (computer using the Broadcaster). In other words, computers on the internal network are assigned private IP addresses, and they connect to the Internet via the router’s public IP address. Incoming connections (to services like the Broadcaster) will be accepted by the router, which then needs to be configured to forward these requests to the appropriate private IP address. This configuration varies between brands and models of routers (look for “virtual server”, “forwarding”, or “NAT” in your routers documentation). Note that the Broadcaster uses protocol: TCP with default port 80.

I cannot find virtual server or nat or forwarding within the firmware. Any suggestions.




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#2 10 years ago

Logon to the Linksys wrt54g router, and look for the "Applications & Gaming" section. Then select the "Port Range Forwarding" option.

Set the range of ports that will be used for Pirate Radio, and then on the right, assign your computer's IP as the destination.




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#3 10 years ago

Perfect! Thank you very much.




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#4 10 years ago

The Circuit Board This is the station link btw. You need destiny media player or an equivalent (you can get it here). I am playing the complete Dream Theater discography in order today at high quality (120 Kbps) and obviously commercial free.