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This is fantastic! I'm just not sure what it means by connect with VPN DNS. Please can someone explain or link to a guide. Thank you

 

By default that's what the Eddie app uses.

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Was server hopping to check latency, routes, etc.. and noticed on Cursa I get the proxy/blocked message from Netflix. Wasn't so a few days ago.

 

Hello!

 

Just checked and it works perfectly as usual. Can you please make sure that your system queries VPN DNS? This is a strictly necessary requirement to access our geo-routing system. If you run Eddie, the Air free and open source software client, this will happen by default.

 

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Was server hopping to check latency, routes, etc.. and noticed on Cursa I get the proxy/blocked message from Netflix. Wasn't so a few days ago.

 

Hello!

 

Just checked and it works perfectly as usual. Can you please make sure that your system queries VPN DNS? This is a strictly necessary requirement to access our geo-routing system. If you run Eddie, the Air free and open source software client, this will happen by default.

 

Kind regards

 

Hi,

 

What setting in the .ovpn config file will force VPN DNS? I'm currently running on a Raspberry PI and Netflix isnt showing anything with the VPN running.

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The script already exists in my setup and cat /etc/resolv.conf shows the AirVPN DNS has been added. When I attempt to play something on Netflix though, it detects the VPN. My normal ISP DNS servers also exist in resolv.conf, should that be the case?

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The script already exists in my setup and cat /etc/resolv.conf shows the AirVPN DNS has been added. When I attempt to play something on Netflix though, it detects the VPN. My normal ISP DNS servers also exist in resolv.conf, should that be the case?

 

Hello!

 

Maybe you try to access Netflix from a device which is behind the Raspberry box. In this case please check the DNS settings of such device, which of course take precedence over the Raspberry DNS.

 

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As I've also got the Raspbian desktop installed I've used the Eddie client. This does remove the ISP name servers from resolv.conf when it starts the VPN connection so it looks like i will have to modify the push DNS script that is ran from command line to do the same.

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Is this still working?

 

I have tested with my Nvidia Shield, FireTV and Roku (this one I knew would be difficult) and it didn't work.

 

According to ipleak.net, my Cursa server based  VPN internet connection is tight. But I am only getting that infamous message blocking me.

 

Please, let me know.

 

PS: Although is not the subject of this topic, Hulu is working on the NSTV and FT. Amazon Prime Video doesn't work at all. BTW, Amazon Music doesn't work either.

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Hi! I have been trying to get Netflix to work via Nvidia Shield TV Eddie app but it is mostly hit and miss and recently it has stopped altogether. When I watch via my MacOS Eddie app, Netflix is working. Also using Asus-merlin firmware flashed router without any script, Netflix works without issues on US servers. How do I get to watch it via Shield TV? I am asking this because watching via router, here in China, the picture is not very clear and too much of buffering. Watching via Eddie seems to be faster and very little buffering. I have already tried to change the DNS of the primary router at 10.4.0.1 but the problem with Shield TV has not been resolved yet. What can I do to resolve this? Thanks in advance.

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Netflix US is working perfectly from my Win machine and my Android tablet, running Eddie on both, no matter which VPN server I connect to. Great job guys!

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something is up with the Android TV app though and I am wondering if you guys can pinpoint why I get the proxy error on that client. I can access Netflix fine on my phone behind the same router hosting the VPN tunnel and even do so on my computer as well but the Android TV app does not work. I actually tried smart DNS with the same results so apparently there is something more to the Android TV app that is detecting the tunnel. It's not hard coded DNS servers because I force redirected all DNS inquiries to the appropriate DNS server (yours or the smart DNS in my various tests).

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Please look into your Netflix situation.  I just attempted to watch a video but the speed that could be sustained was so slow the video was unwatchable.  Playback on other video streaming services that worked through the VPN were quite speedy.  Vudu, for example, burst to 300mbit/s to buffer.  Curiousity Stream buffered at 100mbit/s.  Your netflix setup could only manage 5mbit/s.  Not near enough for a 4k stream.

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