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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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Please discuss this in the private forums as per this sticky. I've invited you now and you'll find it at the very bottom of the forums page above. If anyone else wants access just PM me.





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