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  Reply # 1052553 24-May-2014 22:04
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Slingshot vdsl, global mode - just tied netflix from win 7 PC for first time for a few days. Works intermittently , 2 out of 7 attempts  played a show. I think the ping comment may be valid in some way.

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  Reply # 1052555 24-May-2014 22:08
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thewanderingv: Afe,

I think it works fine for anyone using a VPN. It's only DNS services that people are struggling with.


I thought so but I thought I'd make a plug for those of us who use VPN rather than DNS service.
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  Reply # 1052558 24-May-2014 22:09
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SaRaCeNz: Perhaps they're targeting the main ISP's then? Seems that those on the lesser known ISP's don't have an issue. TPP conspiracy maybe? ;0



Nope that's not it.

I am with Telecom/Unotelly and all my devices work fine for Netflix USA.

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  Reply # 1052559 24-May-2014 22:11
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thewanderingv: Afe,

I think it works fine for anyone using a VPN. It's only DNS services that people are struggling with.


Not completely correct as I am using DNS (not a VPN) and have had no issues with Netflix USA

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  Reply # 1052561 24-May-2014 22:23
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Yes, but all (or almost all) people who are facing difficulties are DNS service users.

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  Reply # 1052564 24-May-2014 22:38
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Longtime reader and lurker. I have to put out a general thank you for all I've learned from geekzone over the past year.

This thread prompted me to finally register and make a comment.

I too am getting the same N8210 "Internet Connection Problem" error. It started about 3 days ago. Yesterday I could get about one out of every 20 attempts to play. Now I can't get anything.

My info:

ISP: Telecom VDSL
Device: Desktop Mac OS 10.9 (usual) (also tried iPad, smartphones, same result)
Router: Airport (usual) (also tried ditching the Airport and just doing Wi Fi direct from Telecom-provided modem/router Home Gateway 630b, same result)
Smart DNS: Getflix (usual) (also tried Unotelly and Unblockus, same result)
Netflix Region: USA (usual) (also tried switching to UK and Canada, same result)
Browser: Firefox (usual) (also tried Chome and Safari, same result)
Lagado.com test: "This request appears NOT to have come via a proxy."
Email type used to sign up: gmail.com
Credit card used to sign up: a real US credit card with a real US address (my uncle's card; he lives there)

Even tho I don't use Roku or Apple TV, I tried this: I got a hold of a TP router and set it up to null route all the DNS servers per this article, which was mentioned above. No change.

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  Reply # 1052570 24-May-2014 22:54
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Vodafone cable, getflix, wdtvlive US region not working for last two days, just switched to UK region & it's working.

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  Reply # 1052580 25-May-2014 00:08
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Vodafone UFB
Roku 3
Getflix

About one in every 20 attempts to play something will work, otherwise it's "We're having trouble playing this title right now. Please try again later or select a different title."

Static routes were already set up on my router after the latest update to Roku.




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  Reply # 1052586 25-May-2014 01:20
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Slingshot Global Mode
Same issue - ATV and iPad Netflix not working at all ( ATV forever spinning wheel  / iPad 139:NFErr_MC_NoCDN)
PC seems to work occasionally - but breaks if I try to FFWD too far (N8210) 

Tried a free trial of getflix and that seemed to work (on PC only ATV/iPad didn't seem to like it) for UK region

have blacklisted the 4 Public DNS servers from the UnoTelly 

It's just crazy to do this - don't they realise that the paying subscribers are no longer torrenting the content they are watching ?!?! - how is $0 per month better then $10 ??

I think I died a little inside :(  - please slingshot find a way ! 

If there's anything that anyone would like me to trial - happy with running traces etc

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  Reply # 1052587 25-May-2014 01:34
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My Netlfix USA is working 100%.

ISP :  Xnet / WxC

Service :  Unotelly

Devices :  Roku 3 (with DNS filters in router), Laptop (linux with wine-compholio)

Lagado Proxy Test : "this request doesn't appear to have come via a proxy "

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  Reply # 1052590 25-May-2014 02:57
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Netflix working intermittently - it appears that if I use the US based Dynamo DNSes, things are okay. The others don't work.

Vodafone VDSL + Unotelly DNS only



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  Reply # 1052633 25-May-2014 08:27
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I've had a support ticket with Unblock uS picked up by 2nd level support.  They asked for for some things overnight which I've just support back to them.




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  Reply # 1052634 25-May-2014 08:29
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phantasmNZ: It's just crazy to do this - don't they realise that the paying subscribers are no longer torrenting the content they are watching ?!?! - how is $0 per month better then $10 ??


I wouldn't rage at NetFlix. They'd be doing this as a result of upstream pressure from TV & movie execs who are unable to move on from their outdated distribution model.

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  Reply # 1052653 25-May-2014 09:45
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Do you think this might be related to unlimited data plans on some ISPs...

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  Reply # 1052654 25-May-2014 09:46
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Netflix US working perfectly on my Android devices this morning (TF101 with KatKiss 4.4.2 & Galaxy Note II with Cyanogenmod 4.4.2 [CM11 M6]).

Haven't had a chance to try the bedroom computer/tv as little miss 2 is busy watching Pocoyo on YouTube :-)
EDIT1: Working perfectly.

Will try my Sony Bravia soonish.
EDIT2: Still not working ><

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