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Master Geek
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Topic # 248250 16-Mar-2019 10:48
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Hi,

 

Anyone having problems with RugbyPass streaming? I get constant buffering and it is actually unusable started about 2 weeks ago.  Same if trying through my Kodi box (wired to the network) or laptop (wifi). On 2 degrees fibre and I have changed RP servers with no difference.

 

 

 

Cheers,


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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 2202349 20-Mar-2019 12:04
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Same here. Any progress at your end?


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  Reply # 2202373 20-Mar-2019 12:47
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I've had similar issues the last week or two.  Have toggled my DNS4me from Singapore to use Hong Kong and it seemed to work better.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2202395 20-Mar-2019 13:26
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Also on 2degrees fibre, for what it’s worth



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  Reply # 2202440 20-Mar-2019 14:52
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No improvement in live streaming but I had absolutely no issues replaying the England v Scotland game on Sunday morning. Not one stutter.

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  Reply # 2203752 23-Mar-2019 09:55
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I watched a couple of live streams last night with no problems. Slingshot, DNS4ME, Singapore.

 

Watched a couple of replay games earlier in the week they were also good.


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  Reply # 2204536 25-Mar-2019 07:58
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AppleTV 4, Orcon Fibre (100/20) DNS4Me Singapore/HK/China/India (no diff). Had heaps of buffering issues watching over the weekend.

 

"Seemed" to work ok using my ipad and using a VPN (VPN Unlimited/Keepsolid) to Singapore.


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