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Topic # 99385 18-Mar-2012 19:31
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So got the six nations rugby recorded and on TV.

Got laptop on.. planning on keeping an eye on the F1... via iSKy...

Is it working... nope...... anyways else crapped out? 




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  Reply # 596878 18-Mar-2012 20:17
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Watching f1 on iSky at the moment, working fine for me.

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  Reply # 597122 19-Mar-2012 13:42
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Shindig - who is your ISP?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 597141 19-Mar-2012 14:08
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Vodafone.
I will try it again when I get back home today :-)




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  Reply # 599619 24-Mar-2012 22:28
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solved -- changed DNS from OpenDNS back to router, which of course uses vodafone DNS. It must be due to the free bandwidth ISP offer.




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