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  Reply # 1053850 26-May-2014 19:10
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Hey Tim changed IP address got a little further than before ie. into account.  Then Netflix shut me down and am back to "Sorry Netflix is not available in your Country"  I'm not happy your connecting!!! heheheee VPN back on for tonight's viewing then.  Thanks for help anyway.

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  Reply # 1053851 26-May-2014 19:20
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TimA: OK,

Mine now working, UnoTelly, Fritzbox.
IP Range: 118.93.51.xxx does work

Vodafone.







"Working"? Have you played a couple of different streams? You can still access the menus, etc but streaming is the problem.





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1053852 26-May-2014 19:21
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Vodafone UFB 80GB cap
iMac, ATV, iPad
UnoTelly DNS
Netflix (US) - no joy. Can browse and access account but cant play any content. Might work once in a while (say one in fifty attempts).
Switched to Netflix (UK) and all working fine on all devices - although limited library is a bit frustrating, but better than nothing.

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  Reply # 1053854 26-May-2014 19:24
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Can anyone confirm uno's VPN is stable and fast?

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  Reply # 1053857 26-May-2014 19:25
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  Reply # 1053858 26-May-2014 19:26
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davidcole:
TroyRF: Apologies for the radio silence, guys. We don’t peer directly with Netflix, nor do we have any specific testing capability for Netflix – so we can’t comment on a root cause. What we can confirm is that we’re not shaping any traffic.


If this is the case then what can you say about the resins given by unblock us, unotelly and get flux that it appears that traffic is being shaped? That it's upstream of telecom?


IMO it's netflix itself doing the blocking.

It was only a matter of time before the studios put enough pressure on them to enforce the contracts they agreed to about where they could or could not provide service.  Netflix only bought the rights to certian countries. If they wanted the rights to NZ they should have paid more. As it is they have been getting a free ride. Been great for us consumers while it lasted but I reckon this is the beginning of the end of decent Netflix access for all but the most techy of modem config fiddlers.

NZ may be the testbed.  Next stop - Australia!

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  Reply # 1053861 26-May-2014 19:34
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interesting.


Just went to Netflix and was greeted by this:


 

Important Reminder

 

Your use of the Netflix service is subject to our Terms of Use. Please take a moment to review theTerms of Use and Privacy Policy and confirm the following:

 

I have read and agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

 

I agree

 




Wonder if this is a 'warning'....

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  Reply # 1053862 26-May-2014 19:35
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NonprayingMantis:
davidcole:
TroyRF: Apologies for the radio silence, guys. We don’t peer directly with Netflix, nor do we have any specific testing capability for Netflix – so we can’t comment on a root cause. What we can confirm is that we’re not shaping any traffic.


If this is the case then what can you say about the resins given by unblock us, unotelly and get flux that it appears that traffic is being shaped? That it's upstream of telecom?


IMO it's netflix itself doing the blocking.


You sir hit the nail on the head!

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  Reply # 1053866 26-May-2014 19:42
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NonprayingMantis: interesting.


Just went to Netflix and was greeted by this:


Important Reminder Your use of the Netflix service is subject to our Terms of Use. Please take a moment to review theTerms of Use and Privacy Policy and confirm the following: I have read and agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. I agree


Wonder if this is a 'warning'....


Not to mention this entire thread about circumventing Netflix's T+S is open to the public to view. Stands to reason that if we (NZ) are a testbed for a new way to Geoblock, they will be watching and reading what we do...

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SaRaCeNz: Can anyone confirm uno's VPN is stable and fast?


I use it from Windows 7 and from Android.  I've never had an issue with it.  Well that's not entirely true.  I had a weird billing glitch and the UnoTelly service desk fixed that within about ten minutes of me emailing them. :-)

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  Reply # 1053869 26-May-2014 19:44
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SaRaCeNz:
NonprayingMantis: interesting.


Just went to Netflix and was greeted by this:


Important Reminder Your use of the Netflix service is subject to our Terms of Use. Please take a moment to review theTerms of Use and Privacy Policy and confirm the following: I have read and agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. I agree


Wonder if this is a 'warning'....


Not to mention this entire thread about circumventing Netflix's T+S is open to the public to view. Stands to reason that if we (NZ) are a testbed for a new way to Geoblock, they will be watching and reading what we do...


I bet they are

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  Reply # 1053873 26-May-2014 19:50
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Shouldn't have posted the playmo here, no longer working through that.

Ah well VPN time :-(

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  Reply # 1053875 26-May-2014 19:51
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Hi all,

Just to provide a quick update:

Thanks to many volunteers, we were able to run more tests. We have a theory of what might be happening but won't speculate now until we have high degree of certainty.

We will release more details as soon as we could.




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Unlock Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Hulu, and more in New Zealand!

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  Reply # 1053877 26-May-2014 19:55
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freitasm:




I can't really see the pic to understand except there looks like a big jump in page views since May 23?  

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