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At time of writing, I've tried multiple nodes in US, UK, and CA. All attempts to watch programs with a Netflix account result an a message about an "unblocker or proxy".

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Plenty of netflix threads already exist and AirVPN no longer claims to support Netflix.  Unfortunately they've done a great job of defeating VPN users.

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All the netherlands-servers Ive trited lately still work with netflix

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@ZPKZ

That's most likely because the Dutch Netflix seems to be one of the most barren ones...

Used it from time to time to watch some anime the legal way (cos why not?), but these kinds of things will deter me from getting a netflix subscription when I start living on my own :/

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That's most likely because the Dutch Netflix seems to be one of the most barren ones...

Used it from time to time to watch some anime the legal way (cos why not?), but these kinds of things will deter me from getting a netflix subscription when I start living on my own :/

Hello ! I get what you mean. You might as well start torrenting, if it becomes too big a problem for you. AirVPN allows it. I can show you how, if you don't know how.


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All the netherlands-servers Ive trited lately still work with netflix

 

Would that be only accessible to Neatherland's content?

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Netflix looks for latencies larger than 100ms then kicks em. If u use servers with lower latency than that, it should b fine.... altho I'm gettin' some serious disruptions from client. Since beginning my down speed is mostly 5-20kB while my up is going wildly from 50B/s to almost a Mega/sec... I'm only watching either nf or youtoob. Doesn't seem to care about the protocol in use.
PC is recently wiped by guys at Acer repair, took em a whole week trying to install a winblows 8 64bit on a laptop they made... anywho problem still persists.
 

Tried searching for "tap dns" related problems but I get timed out... other searches work fine...

 

...also this weird dns server has been buggin' me: 10.50.0.1 Every time i change to different one my speed increases dramatically but then I get sucked back into that piece of shit place... untraceable as it seems

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Netflix looks for latencies larger than 100ms then kicks em. If u use servers with lower latency than that, it should b fine.... altho I'm gettin' some serious disruptions from client. Since beginning my down speed is mostly 5-20kB while my up is going wildly from 50B/s to almost a Mega/sec... I'm only watching either nf or youtoob. Doesn't seem to care about the protocol in use.

PC is recently wiped by guys at Acer repair, took em a whole week trying to install a winblows 8 64bit on a laptop they made... anywho problem still persists.

 

Tried searching for "tap dns" related problems but I get timed out... other searches work fine...

 

...also this weird dns server has been buggin' me: 10.50.0.1 Every time i change to different one my speed increases dramatically but then I get sucked back into that piece of shit place... untraceable as it seems

Maybe that's due to Preferences>Advanced>DNS being set to AirVPN DNS. You could add your preferred DNS server to the whitelist.


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Netflix looks for latencies larger than 100ms then kicks em. If u use servers with lower latency than that, it should b fine.... altho I'm gettin' some serious disruptions from client. Since beginning my down speed is mostly 5-20kB while my up is going wildly from 50B/s to almost a Mega/sec... I'm only watching either nf or youtoob. Doesn't seem to care about the protocol in use.

PC is recently wiped by guys at Acer repair, took em a whole week trying to install a winblows 8 64bit on a laptop they made... anywho problem still persists.

 

Tried searching for "tap dns" related problems but I get timed out... other searches work fine...

 

...also this weird dns server has been buggin' me: 10.50.0.1 Every time i change to different one my speed increases dramatically but then I get sucked back into that piece of shit place... untraceable as it seems

 

regarding latencies.  I've tried a server with a latency of 15ms and it's blocked.   I think they've got a complicated system working

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Well dang it. so my Roku wont get Netflix, i give up i want my money back, (just kidding)

 

That stinks, i get block on the Dallas server even tho im in the US, tsk tsk

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Netflix is going to lose so many customers to this. I hope they make more content global. Think I might unsubscribe soon 

Anyway, does anyone use a DNS unblocker service? 

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Netflix is going to lose so many customers to this. I hope they make more content global. Think I might unsubscribe soon 

Anyway, does anyone use a DNS unblocker service? 

They make too much money to care about losing customers.

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Netflix is going to lose so many customers to this. I hope they make more content global. Think I might unsubscribe soon 

Anyway, does anyone use a DNS unblocker service? 

They make too much money to care about losing customers.

 

I don't know what you've heard.  I thought I read Netflix isn't doing so well.  This move to block VPN was one to please their masters (not the customers) and probably has and will hurt them.  But, they probably figure that's better than losing relationship with their masters.

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I for one will never ever pay for a movieservice that blocks me from using my computer safely. Or as safe as i can get atleast.

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Yep, better switch to p2p or stremio if you want to continue to watch great shows/movies.

 

How do you do p2p with AirVPN.... i'm super newb at this. Is stremio  a new streaming service? 

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Yep, better switch to p2p or stremio if you want to continue to watch great shows/movies.

How do you do p2p with AirVPN.... i'm super newb at this. Is stremio  a new streaming service? 

No worries. P2P = Peer to Peer.

 

  1. First you need a torrent client (the protocol is called Bittorent).
  2. Configure said client as you wish.
  3. Then you find a torrent site which you like.
  4. Find content on those torrent sites you want and click the download links.
  5. Enabling Eddie's Network Lock is also a good precaution. Then after the download is finished, you "seed" that download a bit; as in help others download it. To a ratio of 1.0 at least.

If that's what you were asking .


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Then you find a torrent site which you like.

 

You better find a torrent site with a more respectable cause..


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Then you find a torrent site which you like.

 

You better find a torrent site with a more respectable cause..

 

 

I'm sure the folks in this thread will accept Linux ISO torrents as an acceptable replacement to Netflix.

 

You could just torrent the actual shows you want to watch, but free and legal Linux ISO's are much more fun. I'm sure of it. 

 

I promise no one will regret it. 

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I'm sure the folks in this thread will accept Linux ISO torrents as an acceptable replacement to Netflix.

You could just torrent the actual shows you want to watch, but free and legal Linux ISO's are much more fun. I'm sure of it.

 

Replacement to Netflix? If pirating is what you're after, be on your way. My only point is to not push people into piracy.


» I am not an AirVPN team member. All opinions are my own and are not to be considered official. Only the AirVPN Staff account should be viewed as such.

» The forums is a place where you can ask questions to the community. You are not entitled to guaranteed answer times. Answer quality may vary, too. If you need professional support, please create tickets.

» If you're new, take some time to read LZ1's New User Guide to AirVPN. On questions, use the search function first. On errors, search for the error message instead.

» If you choose to create a new thread, keep in mind that we don't know your setup. Give info about it. Never forget the OpenVPN logs or, for Eddie, the support file (Logs > lifebelt icon).

» The community kindly asks you to not set up Tor exit relays when connected to AirVPN. Their IP addresses are subject to restrictions and these are relayed to all users of the affected servers.

 

» Furthermore, I propose that your paranoia is to be destroyed. If you overdo privacy, chances are you will be unique amond the mass again.

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I'm sure the folks in this thread will accept Linux ISO torrents as an acceptable replacement to Netflix.

You could just torrent the actual shows you want to watch, but free and legal Linux ISO's are much more fun. I'm sure of it.

 

Replacement to Netflix? If pirating is what you're after, be on your way. My only point is to not push people into piracy.

 

 

Seems like Netflix is doing a great job of that themselves with how they're forced to treat non-US customers by their paymasters (aka content owner contracts).

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yeah it's all about reselling the same product over and over again

one day i was thinken about just the amount of money i've spent on

commercials alone

basically i just hop around the servers till i find something that works

i know i'm tired of reality tv shows from my area

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I'm sure the folks in this thread will accept Linux ISO torrents as an acceptable replacement to Netflix.

You could just torrent the actual shows you want to watch, but free and legal Linux ISO's are much more fun. I'm sure of it.

 

Replacement to Netflix? If pirating is what you're after, be on your way. My only point is to not push people into piracy.

 

I do not wish to push them either. Although if your going to offer a better solution, you can do better than a Linux ISO.

 

Bottom line is, either you can disconnect and use Netflix, or use another service.

 

Those are the only legal, moral options to choose from. Other than that you will just have to go without content

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Hello,

 

After reading what seems like a tome of information in the forums about Netflix and Airvpn (over the last 2 days) - am I to believe that I will never be able to watch Netflix in Australia again because of the vpn? I have only just signed up to Airvpn and I too cannot access Australian content in my own country - never mind from anywhere else which BTW I have no interest in at this point. So it would be true to say that there is no solution to this and I should stop wasting time looking for solutions? Newbie here !

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