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  Reply # 1067068 16-Jun-2014 21:40
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Have you given them an email? They have solved all my problems within the hour.

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  Reply # 1067107 16-Jun-2014 22:13
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I too decided to try unotelly with the free trial for the world cup. also decided to try out netflix. I think I'll be shelling over some money at the end of the trial cause I'm liking it.

 

In regards to the nrl livestream. I haven't set up unotelly dns on my computer just the devices I use (apple tv, iPhone, iPad), so can't tell you if it works on the website for me but it does work via the iphone and ipad app. on my computer I just used hola unblocker previously to watch the nrl on there. 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1067140 16-Jun-2014 22:42
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I'm watching the NRL by selecting the Germany Option 

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  Reply # 1067235 17-Jun-2014 06:53
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Hi.

I had problems with Unotelly and Playmo.tv on my Windows PC until I turned off IPv6 (in the Unotelly troubleshooting section). Both services work 100% now.

Cheers.

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  Reply # 1069714 20-Jun-2014 08:26
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Well, I turned off IPV6 on the router, added DNS via the admin account on the router, installed the Unotelly updater app on my PC, and everything seems good now.... wife got to watch State of origin, Ive been able to get onto PSN (still have to try 2-3 times but does go through).

So, pretty happy camper here so far, until the Netflix trial expires LOL :)





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