Ive found a station that does not play on my SoundBridge / SoundBridge Radio. Why?
There are many reasons a station may not play. The first thing to check is to see if the station is playable on your computer. If it is not playable on the computer, It may be the the station has moved servers or the server could be too busy or temporarily unavailable. If it is playable on the computer you can check to see if the stream uses HTTP or not by configuring Windows Media Player to only play HTTP-based streams by choosing Network from the Tools > Options menu in WMP. Here, uncheck the Multicast, UDP and TCP boxes, leaving only HTTP checked. Then attempt to play the stream again. If it fails to play in WMP, then the stream is using something other than HTTP, which means that for now the SoundBridge will be unable to play the stream. If the stream still plays in WMP, it may mean that the station uses WMA Voice or has incorrectly setup the ASX file that is used to describe the stream for WMP and the SoundBridge. If all indications are that the stream should play on the SoundBrid