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Topic # 185517 25-Nov-2015 21:28
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Can people say if they can get this working ..

and please state which DNS service you are using.


http://www.7live.com.au/



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  Reply # 1434855 25-Nov-2015 21:51
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It's working for me with Unotelly.





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  Reply # 1434856 25-Nov-2015 21:57
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Working with Getflix.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1434861 25-Nov-2015 22:01
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Works (badly) with a Sydney VPN proxy server.

Lo-res, stuttering image despite current line speeds over 50Mbps




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  Reply # 1434929 26-Nov-2015 07:54
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No joy on the first link in browser - or the second batch in VLC - using DNS4me




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  Reply # 1435091 26-Nov-2015 12:03
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I don't know about VLC but if I click on any link I get perfect playback through Edge.





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  Reply # 1435613 26-Nov-2015 22:55
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Apsattv: Test these in VLC?  ...



No links working with Australian VPN servers (Sydney, Melbourne)




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  Reply # 1435694 27-Nov-2015 00:34
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Apsattv: Test these in VLC?  ...



No links working with Australian VPN servers (Sydney, Melbourne)


Is your VLC current? and which VPN provider?


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  Reply # 1435761 27-Nov-2015 08:29
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Apsattv:
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Apsattv: Test these in VLC?  ...



No links working with Australian VPN servers (Sydney, Melbourne)


Is your VLC current? and which VPN provider?



Yes.

ExpressVPN and IPVanish (both have multiple Sydney and Melbourne servers)




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  Reply # 1436648 28-Nov-2015 09:45
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Perfect quality and works fine with Getflix

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