After we followed
we will be able to create an Icecast2 radio stream from the default pulseaudio output device in our system.
In case we have setup the input source (e.g. here your Behringer UCA 202) to output to this default sink (i.e. we are able to listen to the input on our local machine) this will then be sent as an Icecast stream to our network.
If we want to reach this Icecast server from the Internet we can do so via the following radio URL:
<ip_of_server> with the external IP of the network where the Icecast server runs. Replace
<port> with the port Icecast uses for streaming (defaults to 8000 as defined in
/etc/icecast2/icecast.xml). Also give the name of your mount point as defined in the
darkice.cfg file you are using (e.g.
We need to open and forward the listen port for access to the Icecast server from the Internet.
Listener authentification can be defined in the
icecast.xml file as well as we can define another relay server for our stream if needed for bandwith or accessibility.
Further information on settings can be found here: Icecast2 Documentation