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Stream internet radio via router

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by lucidamike, Jan 2, 2014.

  1. lucidamike

    lucidamike Reformed Router Member

    Using latest Shibby build on a Cisco E3000 (soon to be upgraded to a E4200) and wanted to know if possible to stream internet radio stations via media server

    I have seen some articles about mpd but not sure if this is included in any versions of Tomato and don't want to play the music on the router just allow other devices to play the internet radio stations in same way they can play mp3 tracks from USB drive plugged into router

    Is this a simple task and does anyone have any quick guidelines

  2. cloneman

    cloneman Networkin' Nut Member

    I don't understand. You want to run a shoutcast server on your router?
  3. Toastman

    Toastman Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Client may wish to play any one of millions of tracks from the internet, which passes THROUGH the router like any other traffic.

    We're not clear if you are thinking of mirroring them all on your router ... LOL
  4. lucidamike

    lucidamike Reformed Router Member

    Thanks for looking at my question and sorry didn't make it clear

    I have a Philips streamium radio that is able to play music from a DNLA server (like my Tomato router with USB stick with mp3s) but cannot play internet radio

    I am looking to see if I could select a few internet radio stations that could be made available via the DNLA server on my Tomato router that could then be played on this Philips radio
  5. ryzhov_al

    ryzhov_al Networkin' Nut Member

    Take a look at xupnpd. It's a great DLNA server offering m3u playlists as a DLNA content for "stupid" devices.
    As for me it helps me to play IP-TV on WD TV Live, but internet radios will works too.

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