Chica56 wrote:Has anyone gound a good solution yet that is not internet TV .
Well - you try a 4.2 metre dish - not guaranteed though
I can guarantee you 100% that the server is not located in Odessa. If it was that easy to be found by anyone doing a simple whois "trace route" The streams would have been closed down within the first week.firsttango wrote:The Ukraine see below from skymadrid website
IPTV SERVER DISCOVERED IN UKRAINE
An unconfirmed report suggests that one IPTV server for Spain is located in Odessa, Ukraine, just 200km across the Black Sea from now-occupied Crimea.
Odessa, UkraineA user has carried out a "trace route" which shows the IPTV streams are being sent from a server in Odessa. Head end equipment to feed pirated TV to IPTV boxes across the world is openly available in Russia.
A trace route uses the IP address system to identify the servers used and the hops between them. The reported end-quality suggests that BBC, ITV, C4 and C5 channels are re-encoded in Odessa, then sent to subscribers in Spain.
If you don't want an iPad then you might as well go for the cheapest you can find! That's probably bad advice but I haven't yet tried a tablet that comes even close to an iPad.Any suggestions from people currently using a tablet would be great - oh, and I don't like Apple so no Ipad suggestions please.
Can I ask you why?Aunty Val wrote:
Any suggestions from people currently using a tablet would be great - oh, and I don't like Apple so no Ipad suggestions please.
I agree, If you just want a tablet, any one will do. However, watching on the TV is another matter. especially the BBC. Streaming to the TV with Apple TV, the quality is almost as good as Satellite.In fact I don't see any difference from the normal definition channels.Campo Steve wrote: If you don't want an iPad then you might as well go for the cheapest you can find! That's probably bad advice but I haven't yet tried a tablet that comes even close to an iPad.
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