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  # 998584 4-Mar-2014 09:40
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Also in case anyone is interested I used an Air NZ One Smart card to set up the Netflix account without any problems.  Whole thing took me 10min.

 


I gave NetFlix my standard BNZ Visa, and it happily accepted that for payment. Although the OneSmart card is handy for purchasing US iTunes store content.

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  # 998597 4-Mar-2014 09:59
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ADLS2+Witopia VPN+Air NZ One Card works fine.
Dunedin although my Post code is Berkly California

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  # 998910 4-Mar-2014 16:05
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I'm thinking I might move to a vpn based solution as I want the best cache that I can get.

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  # 998975 4-Mar-2014 18:14

Is this for Netflix, if so, my understanding is, You can't Cache Netflix traffic, also VPN takes longer then say a DNS change provider to establish connection.



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  # 998987 4-Mar-2014 18:34
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Llory: Is this for Netflix, if so, my understanding is, You can't Cache Netflix traffic, also VPN takes longer then say a DNS change provider to establish connection.
I was meaning for traffic other than netflix such as local content and youtube etc. And now I get better speeds to LA with a vpn on. 



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  # 999036 4-Mar-2014 19:34
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afe66: ADLS2+Witopia VPN+Air NZ One Card works fine.
Dunedin although my Post code is Berkly California

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What server do you use? And which protocol?

This is Long Beach OpenVPN 

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