watsonash: I think anyone who believes geekzone forums are the only source of valid information are simply delusional.
You might as well just look at open forums where these issues are being discussed and worked through.
There are many different strategies Netflix can adopt if necessary if they are forced to up their game from the content providers. As soon as some form of localised 2 factor auth is implemented no amount of network trickery will be able to avoid it.
The internet wasn't created for some old boys club to discuss privately on the various solutions IMHO.
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to find the recent Getflix Facebook links about what to block/reroute..I'm taking a slightly different strategy of just redirecting UDP/TCP port 53 but similar and the more people that bitch and moan that UnoTelly and Getflix aren't working, the happier I become as the more reliable my BBC iPlayer and to a lesser extent Netflix becomes.
Reality is that unless people separate out their routing functionality away from the rest of the kit, they'll be limited by what their ISP/manufacturer want them to be able to do, so ultimately they'll be unable to implement basic features.
Bring on the ubiquity and routeros kit or any other command line driven consumer solution.
Reality is Netflix have killed reliable region hopping to most people so the wack a mole game will no doubt die down very soon and it'll be BAU for most people.
You cannot tell me Netflix, a company who have successfully delivered a system of video delivery that covers most of the planet, with video up to 4K and DD sound, across more devices than any other video on demand service, needs to look on forum posts in order to figure out how DNS unblockers work. If their engineers are clever enough to set up globally distributed video networks with local caches that offer fantastic performance, then figuring out how proxy DNS services work will be a no-brainer for them.