This is your Public IP 54.80.26.116

Why Stream here?

  1. We offer real time streaming solutions for the Amateur Radio Operator  with no Commercials or lengthy delays
  2. Easy configuration
  3. We can also figure your setup with Teamvier if you are having problems doing so
  4. HD 1280 x 720 Resolution
  5. Our Platform is on a VPS server, not a shared platform, so faster streaming
  6. Friendly and helpful techs to guided you

NAT Loopback and what it is: click here

My work around for NON supported NAT Loopback routers : Click Here

General Rules for Streaming subject to change (Updated 01-19-2016)

  • Absolutely there will be no streaming of pornographic, offensive, x-rated, r-rated, questionable, or commercial material.
  • Streaming is limited to three camera sources 
  • You are responsible for your streaming material
  • Streaming should be radio related or hobby related
  • Video Streaming is open to all licensed amateur radio operators within the US and Canada.

The webmaster reserves the right to add and remove operators at his discretion.

Jim
K3BM

If you agree with these terms and would like to stream please Contact K3BM 

Please provide us with you Public IP and port that you will be using

If your Public IP has changed you will need to contact me with the new one

If you IP change often then you may want to use one of the DNS services

Please visit our Software Link for the software and tools you will need to get streaming now

Getting started:

You must first set a Static IP for the work station that you are using

In this case we will use the IP of 192.168.1.75

Assign a static IP to your computer in this format:
IP 192.168.X.75
SUB 255.255.255.0
Gateway 192.168.X.1 this is the address of your router
DNS 192.168.X.1 this also is the address of your router

X being the subnet of your system (Usually 1 or 0)

Please click on the Port Forward link to configure your router

The IP used must be out of or excluded from the DHCP range set in you router

This case the DHCP address pool starts at 192.168.1.10 and goes to 192.168.1.60, so we are ok with 192.168.1.75

You must forward your static IP of 192.168.X.75 to a UDP port within your router

UDA Ports open vary upon ISP

Some UDA ports used are 80, 8080, and 8888

If your ISP keeps changing you're Public Dynamic IP you will need to sign up for one of The Dynamic DNS Services

Please download the webcamXP Free edition to the computer that host your camera and install.

The Web Server must be de-activated to configure

Add the IP of you work station here along with the port that you are using (Click on the Web/Broadcast button)

After you configure this page you can click on the Activate button

We recommend either the Microsoft Life Cam HD Webcam  or the Logitech Pro 9000 

To effectively stream HD video you MUST have a high speed Internet along with a fast Computer (Duo Core with 4 Gigs of Ram Min)

More to come....

 01-18-2016 How to Stream your Video on QRZ (Flash Script courtesy of KZ2Q)

The script is free to use, Jeremy KZ2Q developed it

You can stream your video on your QRZ bio page by using the Webcam Flash Script, simple paste that script in your page using the advanced settings html editor.

Here is the script you will need, simple replace the X's with your Global IP or your Domain name. http://X.X.X.X:8080 (8080 being the port)

In this case we are using port 8080, you will have change that number if you are using different port.

For this to work you need to be streaming with webcam 7 software on your computer.

 

HERE IS THE CODE

<p><object classid="clsid:d27cdb6e-ae6d-11cf-96b8-444553540000"
codebase="http://download.macromedia.com/pub/shockwave/cabs/flash/swflash.cab#version=6,0,40,0" height="240" width="320">
<param name="src" value="http://livehamcam.com/flashMJPEG.swf?webcam=http://X.X.X.X:8080/cam_1.jpg&amp;refresh=30"/>
<embed height="240"src="http://livehamcam.com/flashMJPEG.swf?webcam=http://X.X.X.X:8080/cam_1.jpg&amp;refresh=30" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="320"></embed>
</object>
</p>

 

That's it...Enjoy

K3BM