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  1. You can't remove certain files because you have to start from the very top and delete downwards..... This software is trash, lol
  2. I highlight the file, click the remove button and its still there! HELP! THis software has been a pain ever since I installed it. It has a glitch in it that tells you the router needs configuring when it actually doesn't. It took me a DAMN WEEK to figure that out! I can't get help on how to include skype conversations with the audio stream for interviews and such. This overall experience HAS COMPLETELY SUCKED!!! I am about ready to look at other options. Spend my money on this? I think not!!!!
  3. I am trying to stream skype conversations through broadwave for live interviews and other dialogue for the internet world to listen. How can this be done?
  4. Yes, I have my mixer ran into my mic input on the pc in which I have Broadwave's stream set to Mic/line in to pick up the music that I spin from the turntables/mixer. I also have my wireless mics hooked up through my mixer so it picks those up as well. Now I need to figure how to get somebody from a remote location in for live dialogue. I will take a look at Zararadio
  5. Thanks Kena. It actually works now but I think there is a glitch in the software where it continues to tell you that router configuration needs to be done when it actually works. I am using the IP links and would like to use a domain name instead. I registered a domain with the public IP through Dyndns.com and turned on DDNS in my router using Dyndns service with the domain name. On the software I set it to use the domain name instead of the IP, but when I go to use the domain name rootradio.info it does not work. Internally and of course externally. Any suggestions?
  6. After days of configuring I FINALLY have Broadwave streaming. SIDE NOTE! There is a glitch in the software that will tell you the router needs configuring when it actually does not. Make sure you have everything configured properly and you should be fine. My last issue. This is going to be a radio show and I would like to have a solution to have bring other people onto the show (in different locations) with me live for interviews and such. How can I get that done? Something like phone conferencing? How can I have people on the streaming audio live? I have my 2 wireless mics linked through my mixer so it will pick up those, but what about somebody from the outside world? Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Blessings....
  7. After days of configuring I FINALLY have Broadwave streaming. SIDE NOTE! There is a glitch in the software that will tell you the router needs configuring when it actually does not. Make sure you have everything configured properly and you should be fine. My last issue. This is going to be a radio show and I would like to have a solution to have bring other people onto the show (in different locations) with me live for interviews and such. How can I get that done? Something like phone conferencing? How can I have people on the streaming audio live? I have my 2 wireless mics linked through my mixer so it will pick up those, but what about somebody from the outside world? Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Blessings....
  8. I DEFINITELY understand? Would you know how to get 1 or 2 people to talk over this stream if they are in different locations? I guess like conferencing or something? That's my next issue...
  9. Ok, i can see the broadwave page and listen to my playlist via my private ip address scheme and others on the outside can access the broadwave page of links via the public ip scheme but can't listen to any. The page errors out when they try to click on a link or copy/paste it in a browser.....
  10. Ok, I have DDNS service enable with Dyndns.org's info in my Linksys router. I registered a domain using the public address. I also placed that domain name in the domain field of the linksys. When I save the settings I run a test and it says the network is configured correctly and I can browse the internet normally. But broadwave will give me the network error and needs to be configured message soon after that. Is it because of the public address and if so, what address should I use?
  11. Ive read multiple posts but can't seem to get it working. I registered dyndns but which IP should I use? I am beyond frustrated with this.... I am behind 2 routers... The Motorola 2210-02 Modem and a linksys WRT54G wireless router. For the Motorola my setting are set to, UPNP enabled, NAT enabled with ports 88-88, base port 80. Firewalls are off. For the linksys router, the settings are UPNP enabled, Port forwarding enabled on 88-88 with IP address of the PC where the software resides. DMZ is on. Firewall is disabled. I used a port checker and it says the port is open on another device and it can ping the router.
  12. Ok, the setup.. DSL Motorola 2210-02 modem with Linksys WRT54G wireless router. With all firewalls disabled, I have tried numerous of combinations but have found that if I set port forwarding on the linksys only as 88 to 88, TCP, with the computer's ip address where the software resides and configure broadwave in the public network option with the public ip address of the modem, the software SOMETIMES says its configured correctly. However, when I try to access the internet to send the link to a friend for testing, I can't access the internet as well as the link does not work. I have managed to hear the stream in the local network from another computer here but how do I get it out to the internet world for others to listen and be able to surf the web from the house as well? I know using the public ip address is a no no because it changes btu it was the only way I was able to get some type of positive result... NEED HELP!!!!!
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