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problem with holding proxy dns in blue ray player

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#1 jakobyagorski


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Posted 01 July 2013 - 01:54 PM

Hi Everyone


  I have an issue with my modem not allowing a proxy number to be manually held in my blue ray player. I have done this numerous times in the past in order to obtain U.S. Netflix and it has worked no problem. I live in Canada and Canadian Netflix is simply not worth bothering with. Anyway, yesterday I had to have my 2 year old broadband router tweaked by a remote tech from telus as it was continually losing internet signal and having to be powered off and on. I now have great internet but when I type in the primary and dns numbers on my blue ray, it initially says I am connected to internet, but as soon as I try to open Netflix, it punts me back to the Canadian garbage version. Any insights, suggestions would be much appreciated.


ps I have used a whole variety of numbers that my neighbours are using succesfully so apparently the number I plug in is not the issue.

Edited by jakobyagorski, 01 July 2013 - 01:55 PM.

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