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#157177 22-Nov-2014 07:29
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Hi all - just wondering if Netflix is down for any of you out there. I run a DD-WRT set up and am with Slingshot and Unotelly and until yesterday have usually had little trouble with it.

I cannot get any related to to load up, even the 'my account' wont load. All devices with the Netflix app also fail...

Can someone confirm that it's running or not for them?


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  #1181124 22-Nov-2014 07:39
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both UK and US working fine , Snap fibre.

Common sense is not as common as you think.

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  #1181125 22-Nov-2014 07:41
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Working for me currently - logged in on the Netflix app on my iPad with no problem 



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  #1181130 22-Nov-2014 08:11
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Hey - thanks for that. Here is the reason for anyone else: Some of the European countries are not working on Unotelly Dynamo. We had been watching Friends on Denmark, so that is currently not working and all access to any netflix link if on Denmark will not be active. Safe bet is to try UK/US etc.

So, after resetting modem, changing dns servers - seems all it was is that currently you cannot view some of the Euro regions.


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  #1181135 22-Nov-2014 08:24
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I'd just like to congratulate everyone for NOT going straight to a conspiracy theory about Netflix killing out of region use now they have announced they are launching here :-)

Cheers - N



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Master Geek

  #1181981 24-Nov-2014 10:50
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Don't know if this is of help with this particular issue, but I periodically from time to time get the 'Netflix is currently unavailable' message, and found the solution is to log into Unotelly, and use the 'reset my ip' function - presumably this comes from my router being restarted or losing connection with Snap (have had a few instances of this in the last couple months, some from me doing stuff and a couple times just general network outages) then everything comes right.

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