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    Radio station works on LMS, fails on myqueezebox.com

    I am trying to reduce my reliance on my local LMS. I mostly use a Squeezebox Radio to listen to internet radio so this is feasible.

    I have one radio station that works as a favorite when I connect to my local LMS, but fails when I connect to mysqueezebox.com.

    The radio station's URL is



    The failure that I see on the small SBR screen is (approximately)

    "Connection reset by remote host https://kclustream.callutheran.edu:8090/kclump3"

    I have other radio stations in my favorites that work just fine using both my local LMS and mysqueezebox.com.

    I am using the community firmware on my SBR; version: 8.0.1-r16881.

    I use a wired connection on my SBR.

    Any tips? This is a headscratcher.

    #2
    The station requires https.

    SQ radio does not support https and so station has to be proxied through LMS to convert a https stream to http.
    mysqueezebox.com does not proxy any stream.

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      #3
      Originally posted by bpa View Post
      The station requires https.

      SQ radio does not support https and so station has to be proxied through LMS to convert a https stream to http.
      mysqueezebox.com does not proxy any stream.
      Thanks. Kind of a bummer, but I understand now.
      Last edited by JPEG; 2022-07-14, 19:34. Reason: typo

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        #4
        Use the http stream.
        RadioFeeds UK & Ireland.. an up-to-date radio directory for your Squeezebox/Transporter/UE Smart Radio.. available from the mysqueezebox.com App Gallery.
        Bonus: our RadioFeeds LMS plugin also lists AAC and the BBC's high-quality HLS streams on top of what's available in our MSB app.
        Now with over 1000 registered users, it's available for Logitech Media Server (and Squeezebox Server, SqueezeCenter and SlimServer).
        Click for more info: http://www.radiofeeds.co.uk/squeeze

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          #5
          Originally posted by JPEG View Post
          I am trying to reduce my reliance on my local LMS. I mostly use a Squeezebox Radio to listen to internet radio so this is feasible.
          Can we ask why you are trying to reduce your LMS reliance? I agree it "seems" like since you mostly listen to radio it "should" work. The problem (as @bpa pointed out) is that the alternative, mysb.com, is not the answer. There has been no new development on it in years, and is only kept alive for legacy purposes. There are a few issues with it, but the biggest one in your case is the move from http to https by streams, which started after development for my sb.com. I am thinking many stations you have that work only keep the http streams alive for legacy reasons (that's an assuption)

          Again, not sure of your motive, but you could buy a raspberry pi (even the lesser models), install picore player, and LMS to use it as a server only. Then leave it on 24/7 (as I do). Then just pretend you are connected to mysb.com

          Jim

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