Forwarding Your Port
Before your clients can listen to and watch your broadcast over the Internet, we have to make sure that the broadband router (if you have one) is forwarding external IP requests for your webcam stream to your broadcasting machine. This process, known as port forwarding, varies for broadband router brands. Refer to your router product documentation to see how to set up port forwarding. In short, you want to route external requests from the web to the IP and port you defined when you created your broadcast session earlier. For example, in my case, I need to forward incoming requests coming into port 8080 of my broadband router onto port 8080 of my internal IP address of 192.168.10.14.