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  • padman
    padman
    Moderator
    One dog dead, two more will spring.

    Never ending
  • chewybacca
    chewybacca
    given that the following services / boxes are officially blocked, what would be the next best option for live tv (esp. HK channels)?
    - A1
    - bluetv
    - evpad
    - funtv
    - htv5
    - moonbox
    - ubox
  • Somebody
    Somebody
    Junior Member

    given that the following services / boxes are officially blocked, what would be the next best option for live tv (esp. HK channels)?
    - A1
    - bluetv
    - evpad
    - funtv
    - htv5
    - moonbox
    - ubox

    Buy and connect through a VPN service?

  • wsthong
    wsthong
    Just Watchin`
    I am having the same issue from 10 pm 28/9/18 in Melb.
  • wsthong
    wsthong
    Just Watchin`
    How to connect via VPN
  • Somebody
    Somebody
    Junior Member
    wsthong said:

    How to connect via VPN

    Buy a VPN service, e.g. Purevpn. Then enter your username, password and server details under the vpn section of the settings and connect. Or you could download the app from the playstore for your vpn provider and connect through that app before you start the live/vod/catchup apps.

    Connect through a non-Oz server, say Hong Kong, which should by-pass your own Australian ISP.
  • chewybacca
    chewybacca
    edited September 30
    the court order to block all TVB streaming is supposed to be in place within 15 days from more than a week ago, but my UBTV still works fine at the moment (30 sept 1030pm melb) - changed my box's DNS to google DNS and live TV still works.

    maybe give that a shot first before subscribing to a VPN?
  • Somebody
    Somebody
    Junior Member
    Depends on who your ISP is as to whether they have cut access to those servers yet?
  • wsthong
    wsthong
    Just Watchin`

    the court order to block all TVB streaming is supposed to be in place within 15 days from more than a week ago, but my UBTV still works fine at the moment (30 sept 1030pm melb) - changed my box's DNS to google DNS and live TV still works.

    maybe give that a shot first before subscribing to a VPN?

    I have changed the to Google DNS but it keeps trying to download. Even if it managed to get through, it will be a few minutes then frozen. Can't do channel surfing as it will not download.
    I will have to back in and out again.
  • wsthong
    wsthong
    Just Watchin`
    wsthong said:

    the court order to block all TVB streaming is supposed to be in place within 15 days from more than a week ago, but my UBTV still works fine at the moment (30 sept 1030pm melb) - changed my box's DNS to google DNS and live TV still works.

    maybe give that a shot first before subscribing to a VPN?

    I have changed the to Google DNS but it keeps trying to download. Even if it managed to get through, it will be a few minutes then frozen. Can't do channel surfing as it will not download.
    I will have to back in and out again.
    Who is your provider?

  • neonlight
    neonlight
    Somebody said:

    wsthong said:

    How to connect via VPN

    Buy a VPN service, e.g. Purevpn. Then enter your username, password and server details under the vpn section of the settings and connect. Or you could download the app from the playstore for your vpn provider and connect through that app before you start the live/vod/catchup apps.

    Connect through a non-Oz server, say Hong Kong, which should by-pass your own Australian ISP.
    Can you do this at your router to connect to VPN eg PureVPN service so all devices tunnel via this VPN for all traffic?
  • Somebody
    Somebody
    Junior Member edited October 6
    neonlight said:

    Somebody said:

    wsthong said:

    How to connect via VPN

    Buy a VPN service, e.g. Purevpn. Then enter your username, password and server details under the vpn section of the settings and connect. Or you could download the app from the playstore for your vpn provider and connect through that app before you start the live/vod/catchup apps.

    Connect through a non-Oz server, say Hong Kong, which should by-pass your own Australian ISP.
    Can you do this at your router to connect to VPN eg PureVPN service so all devices tunnel via this VPN for all traffic?
    Yes, I have a cheap router which I flashed to dd-wrt and use with Purevpn details and plugged into my main router just to use for the box and other IPTV devices.
  • neonlight
    neonlight
    Somebody said:

    neonlight said:

    Somebody said:

    wsthong said:

    How to connect via VPN

    Buy a VPN service, e.g. Purevpn. Then enter your username, password and server details under the vpn section of the settings and connect. Or you could download the app from the playstore for your vpn provider and connect through that app before you start the live/vod/catchup apps.

    Connect through a non-Oz server, say Hong Kong, which should by-pass your own Australian ISP.
    Can you do this at your router to connect to VPN eg PureVPN service so all devices tunnel via this VPN for all traffic?
    Yes, I have a cheap router which I flashed to dd-wrt and use with Purevpn details and plugged into my main router just to use for the box and other IPTV devices.
    Cool so I guess only custom firmwares would work. I got an Asus RT-66U not sure if it will work
  • chewybacca
    chewybacca
    wsthong said:

    wsthong said:

    the court order to block all TVB streaming is supposed to be in place within 15 days from more than a week ago, but my UBTV still works fine at the moment (30 sept 1030pm melb) - changed my box's DNS to google DNS and live TV still works.

    maybe give that a shot first before subscribing to a VPN?

    I have changed the to Google DNS but it keeps trying to download. Even if it managed to get through, it will be a few minutes then frozen. Can't do channel surfing as it will not download.
    I will have to back in and out again.
    Who is your provider?

    optus

    from my other sources, the block is in place - i've seen screenshots floating around with the federal court block screen - but our live streaming channels still load
  • grimmie
    grimmie
    neonlight said:

    Somebody said:

    neonlight said:

    Somebody said:

    wsthong said:

    How to connect via VPN

    Buy a VPN service, e.g. Purevpn. Then enter your username, password and server details under the vpn section of the settings and connect. Or you could download the app from the playstore for your vpn provider and connect through that app before you start the live/vod/catchup apps.

    Connect through a non-Oz server, say Hong Kong, which should by-pass your own Australian ISP.
    Can you do this at your router to connect to VPN eg PureVPN service so all devices tunnel via this VPN for all traffic?
    Yes, I have a cheap router which I flashed to dd-wrt and use with Purevpn details and plugged into my main router just to use for the box and other IPTV devices.
    Cool so I guess only custom firmwares would work. I got an Asus RT-66U not sure if it will work
    Asus RT N66U surely work. no need custom firmware. works with most VPN.
  • moyung76
    moyung76
    neonlight said:

    Somebody said:

    wsthong said:

    How to connect via VPN

    Buy a VPN service, e.g. Purevpn. Then enter your username, password and server details under the vpn section of the settings and connect. Or you could download the app from the playstore for your vpn provider and connect through that app before you start the live/vod/catchup apps.

    Connect through a non-Oz server, say Hong Kong, which should by-pass your own Australian ISP.
    Can you do this at your router to connect to VPN eg PureVPN service so all devices tunnel via this VPN for all traffic?
    What’s the cost for a VPN service to bypass the block and could you please recommend one vpn that is available in aus and that is of good quality.

    Would it be simpler just to input the VPN details in the device (mine is UB Gen 3)?
  • Somebody
    Somebody
    Junior Member
    Do your own research for a VPN provider. Sometimes there are lifetime offers which I did take up to use from the UK. Look for a provider that lets you use your account on multiple devices (some restrict you to use on say 5 devices), and have servers in multiple countries e.g. Hong Kong, UK, Australia etc.

    Yes, it's simple to input the VPN details in the boxes. I do this on boxes where I use the LAN cable. If using WiFi I input the VPN details in the router (flashed with dd-wrt firmware) and connect to that SSID.

    There's a DNSswitcher app on my UBox Pro (which I don't use). Maybe it's there on UBox3 which you could try to see if it helps in Australia without having to use a VPN service?
  • moyung76
    moyung76
    Somebody said:

    Do your own research for a VPN provider. Sometimes there are lifetime offers which I did take up to use from the UK. Look for a provider that lets you use your account on multiple devices (some restrict you to use on say 5 devices), and have servers in multiple countries e.g. Hong Kong, UK, Australia etc.

    Yes, it's simple to input the VPN details in the boxes. I do this on boxes where I use the LAN cable. If using WiFi I input the VPN details in the router (flashed with dd-wrt firmware) and connect to that SSID.

    There's a DNSswitcher app on my UBox Pro (which I don't use). Maybe it's there on UBox3 which you could try to see if it helps in Australia without having to use a VPN service?


    Thanks. Sounds very technical, I use WiFi for the Ubox 3, but unsure how to input the vpn details in the router. And what’s the DNS switcher app?

    My issue here is that my ISP blocked UBTV due to a court order.

    Thanks again for your help and much appreciated
  • padman
    padman
    Moderator
    https://tvpadnews.com/?s=vpn
    moyung76 said:

    Somebody said:

    Do your own research for a VPN provider. Sometimes there are lifetime offers which I did take up to use from the UK. Look for a provider that lets you use your account on multiple devices (some restrict you to use on say 5 devices), and have servers in multiple countries e.g. Hong Kong, UK, Australia etc.

    Yes, it's simple to input the VPN details in the boxes. I do this on boxes where I use the LAN cable. If using WiFi I input the VPN details in the router (flashed with dd-wrt firmware) and connect to that SSID.

    There's a DNSswitcher app on my UBox Pro (which I don't use). Maybe it's there on UBox3 which you could try to see if it helps in Australia without having to use a VPN service?


    Thanks. Sounds very technical, I use WiFi for the Ubox 3, but unsure how to input the vpn details in the router. And what’s the DNS switcher app?

    My issue here is that my ISP blocked UBTV due to a court order.

    Thanks again for your help and much appreciated
  • wsthong
    wsthong
    Just Watchin`
    moyung76 said:

    Somebody said:

    Do your own research for a VPN provider. Sometimes there are lifetime offers which I did take up to use from the UK. Look for a provider that lets you use your account on multiple devices (some restrict you to use on say 5 devices), and have servers in multiple countries e.g. Hong Kong, UK, Australia etc.

    Yes, it's simple to input the VPN details in the boxes. I do this on boxes where I use the LAN cable. If using WiFi I input the VPN details in the router (flashed with dd-wrt firmware) and connect to that SSID.

    There's a DNSswitcher app on my UBox Pro (which I don't use). Maybe it's there on UBox3 which you could try to see if it helps in Australia without having to use a VPN service?


    Thanks. Sounds very technical, I use WiFi for the Ubox 3, but unsure how to input the vpn details in the router. And what’s the DNS switcher app?

    My issue here is that my .

    Thanks again for your help and much appreciated

    Some ISP do not support VPN. Tried ExpressVPN on Telstra and it did not work with my UBOX2.
    Anyone else on Telstra with the same issue

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