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#152201 19-Sep-2014 10:40
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Hi, getting this weird thing where if I click on the BBC homepage (in IE11, Favourites), it takes me to the Unotelly quickstart3 page. Just started today. I updated my IP, turned off my PC and modem router and it was back to normal on restart. Now its at it again. Anyone else seeing this ? Thanks




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  #1132004 19-Sep-2014 10:43
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Not with Snap at least. Are you going to .co.uk or .com?



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  #1132007 19-Sep-2014 10:51
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bbc.co.uk




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  #1132017 19-Sep-2014 11:02
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Have been checking the bbc site on and off all morning and haven't been redirected yet.

103.6.212.24
54.252.112.136



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  #1132023 19-Sep-2014 11:13
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Me too, for a combination of soccer and Scottish referendum (even though I've never lived there). Anyway, its strange (to me, at least) that it should just start doing this today when I haven't changed anything on Unotelly for at least a week. Also, on not very extensive testing, it seems to be that site and nothing else, though I see bbc.com also does it, so guess its a BBC thing. Suppose if I reboot modem/router and/or PC it'll start working again, was just wondering if it was just me and if not, if anyone know if there's a 'easy just do this and it fixes it thing".




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  #1132065 19-Sep-2014 11:50
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Just clicked on BBC again and its working fine now. Yay, hope it lasts......




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  #1132075 19-Sep-2014 12:04
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Go to Filmon.com if you are having a problem watching live TV. No DNS re-direction required.

Simply scroll down to UK live TV and all channels are there to watch (albeit in SD).



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  #1132080 19-Sep-2014 12:09
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Thanks very much, I shall check it out.




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  #1133296 21-Sep-2014 22:19
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Yep, I have the exact same issue though it is intermittent. I have raised a ticket though no responded since it has been escalated.

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