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kryptview, sv6, eurovox, dreambox n3 solution

Discussion in 'Digital TV - UK & Europe' started by fintannl, Jul 4, 2010.

  1. rooney123

    rooney123 Regular member

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    Janeymack cs has been around a lot longer than 2 years
     
  2. fintannl

    fintannl Regular member

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    agreed guys, i know i have been a pain in the backside in my viewpoint. but yes, i agree, we are adults and everybody has a right to make their own mind up on the best way forward. apologies to those i have offended
     
  3. lankey

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    fintannl e45 has been very helpful for some of us and how is over the hill any way
     
  4. fintannl

    fintannl Regular member

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    well, i do hope in my own bigoted viewpoint, that i have been helpfull also
     
  5. Mooley

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    Absolutely, you are indeed fintan mate!
     
  6. nmheroes

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    So is there a tutorial out there that would enable someone who has the same ISP and TV provider to set up a VPN solely for the cable box of choice, but access the internet with their normal IP address?
     
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    not worth the hassle, no one has been pinched and they aint after you the enduser,

    @ fintanni, all viewpoints are always valuable and its good to see both side of the debates on whats out there, if we all had the same opinion, the world would be a boring place
     
  8. overhill

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    Over the hill is fine played army golf today but that is to be expected. I will have a good day soon please God!

    Gr8 to be alive and enjoying the craic.

    Hope I did not stir it up for anyone!
     
  9. e45

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    get the spoon out LOL
     
  10. overhill

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    Well spotted, three out of three!
     
  11. Mooley

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    Personally I'm unsure thats possible mate. Maybe e45 could shed some light if it's your post he's referring to when spoon etc. was mentioned.
     
  12. e45

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    No if you are going to use VPN its for all and not just the box as far as i know tbh i would not bother with VPN
     
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    vpn or proxy for that matter. however i would suggest users maintain a dynamic rather static ip address. at least this gives some anonymity
     

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