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Topic # 223381 26-Sep-2017 18:22
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Hi guys , not sure if this is the place to start this but here we go . 

 

I have been using <Provider 1> to watch BBC and  Channel 9 and 7 Australia , recently the Australian Channels have become choppy or just freezing while UK stuff is working fine .

 

I have changed to <Provider 2> with the same results .

 

Changed DNS back to sparks and Australian 7 and 9 works fine so they must have turned off the geolock recently . but the UK channels do not work without a dns service .

 

All these services had been working fine for the past 12 months .

 

Not sure what else to try as this happens on both Raspberry pi and Windows 10 PC using Kodi .

 

Any thoughts welcome .


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  Reply # 1873308 26-Sep-2017 19:23
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