DNS service like Unotelly - Why HBO GO doesn't work but the rest do.

Discussion in 'Apple TV and Home Theater' started by jdaniel, Oct 30, 2013.

  1. jdaniel macrumors 65816

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    So guys I am using unotelly as a DNS service so I can access US content.. netflix and everything else seems to work no problems after some help from a kind soul here since i am also running plexconnect...

    so i tried hdo go and it still sees me as being out of the US... anyone doing the same thing... any input?

    THANKS
     
  2. jkg4 macrumors newbie

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    It used to work until a week ago, now you need a VPN. Same could happen with other services as they try to work around hacks like unotelly.
     
  3. jdaniel thread starter macrumors 65816

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    Right that's what I figured are you outside of the US and using similar sevices too ?
     
  4. franrisquez macrumors newbie

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    Unotelly Rocks!

    I have been using unotelly for the last 8 months, and have not had any major issues, every now and then loses the configuration on my computer, so it's a matter of just restarting; I have the premium ($4.95) service, use it on one of my routers, and have my Apple TV & Roku 3 connected to it. So far, I get Netflix US, Hulu, HBO Go (Directv serviced), Plex with all the US Plugins (Mostly use CBS), USTVNow, Amazon Instant, NBA & MLB, and on my iPad I'm able to see all of those and Max Go. The one that has never worked: Showtime. Of course, I live outside the US. Of course: hotel hotspots, major hurdle. I've reado somewhere that if you upgrade to Gold you'll also get a VPN that would allow you also to connect at hotel hotspots.
     

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