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    Iptv service not connecting when vpn is turned on

    Hey Guys. Hope all is well with everyone . I have a quick question. i`ve been running a VPN with my IPTV service . It has always worked previously on a Global Box . All of a sudden the service won`t connect when the VPN is running. I obtained another service to see if there would be the same problem . There wasn`t any issues connecting while the VPN was running . Not sure how to correct this problem with the first IPTV service . Any Suggestions ??

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    Yes but please explain yourself better so that i or someone else can better assist you .


    What IPTV service(s) are you using here eg: rocket , 66 or npfs ?

    you said you obtained " another " service , meaning another IPTV service or VPN service another ISP ?
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    I know this was a long time back but it was made known at the time that VPN's were not allowed to be used since it would allow more than one box to connect without having to buy credits for the additional boxes. They actually warned members not to use a VPN as they could lose their service, be blocked and lose their credits. I decided never to use a VPN with my router or install a VPN on any of my android boxes. I only use it on my laptop, pc or tablet bit never when I'm connecting to an iptv server unless its a service that allows a VPN to be used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadwood View Post
    I know this was a long time back but it was made known at the time that VPN's were not allowed to be used since it would allow more than one box to connect without having to buy credits for the additional boxes. They actually warned members not to use a VPN as they could lose their service, be blocked and lose their credits. I decided never to use a VPN with my router or install a VPN on any of my android boxes. I only use it on my laptop, pc or tablet bit never when I'm connecting to an iptv server unless its a service that allows a VPN to be used.
    yes you are correct , it was called " stacking " or " stealing " ..

    @deadwood , certain ISP's and countries are blocking content/services to " other " members , that's why VPN's are allowed now . Plus security was upgraded/changed to accommodate these new changes to protect " us " the members .

    Like new payment method(s) for " safer " transaction(s) .. -> Video-Tutorial-How-to-buy-IPTV-with-Bitcoin-ATM

    I don't see any problems on the site(s) , maybe a error/glitch , nothing major .

    I even put this up to help " others " -> Web-Anonymity ........ It's not finished and i actually forget i even did it , if you need help with anything .. i am more than sure some-one here can help you out or explain whats going on , or what the new changes are . And why ..
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    It appears anonymity with Bitcoin has become more of an issue as I had to provide a cellphone number in order to buy and process Bitcoin from a Bitcoin ATM. I have heard similar issues from those who have used Bitcoin payments from those in the United States which brings me to say, anonymity is limited and not entirely anonymous since government has injected its own requirements for using Bitcoin. Suffice to say, it defeats the purpose for anonymity for those buying and using Bitcoin

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    I just thought of something that may relate to the VPN issue. If the VPN is connected to a server outside of the country in which the token was assigned, it may create another connection issue. Example: If the server has designated Canada as being the country from which the token was purchased and activated from, then any server outside of Canada may not allow the connection from the box. I really don't know if this actually affects whether or not your box connects to the assigned server although it is something to consider.

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    Interesting thread & topic. If I was going to VPN, the router is the best place for it technically but I can see how it may cause "connection" issues.

 

 

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