Setting up your domain for broadcasting and listening

You can set up your own domain as a link to the radio stream.
In the examples , blue shows the data that needs to be changed to your own. There are several options:

Option 1: Fully directing the subdomain to our server, an example of your link:
It is enough to have or register a domain with the ability to manage DNS records. For example, you have registered the domain, then add 1 entry in your domain's DNS management to direct it to the subdomain. See an example of DNS settings below: CNAME .

Optional: After that, you can additionally configure an https link for your domain without a port: login . In this case, we need to configure an SSL certificate on our part. We can set up a certificate for your subdomain for 10€ .

Option 2: An arbitrary link on your site with a redirect to our stream, link example:
If your site is hosted with .htaccess support, simply create an .htaccess file in the root of the site (if it doesn't exist) and add the following lines to the top of this file:
Rewrite Engine On
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} ^/ live $
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ login [R=302,L]

Option 3: Works the same as Option 2, but the redirect is through PHP . Just add the following code to the top of any php file:
header("Location: ");

Option 4: If you have your own configured IceCast2 server and want to send a radio stream to it, this is also possible. Write to us and we will set up broadcasting to a remote server. Please note that depending on network problems between servers, broadcasting problems may occur. In this case, you can set up any broadcast link as it is your own server. Also, any link can be configured - if you have your own VPS or a dedicated server. In this case, the setting will be a paid service.

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