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[Q] Does anyone watch Netflix via VPN on fire tv ?

1st September 2014, 01:51 AM |#1  
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Hi,

I am out of USA. I want to watch netflix via VPN on fire tv.

1.all of traffic will go through the VPN or just verify info go through the VPN ?
2. I am wondering how many traffic It needs every month via VPN?
3. Does VPN affect the speed ?

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1st September 2014, 03:55 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by blackantt

Hi,

I am out of USA. I want to watch netflix via VPN on fire tv.

1.all of traffic will go through the VPN or just verify info go through the VPN ?
2. I am wondering how many traffic It needs every month via VPN?
3. Does VPN affect the speed ?

thanks

VPN will affect all of traffic
Most (paid) VPN services don't limit your bandwidth
Yes but it's not noticeable.

I actually set up my own VPN following this guide so I have unlimited bandwidth and very good download speed and it costs me only $5/mo.
2nd September 2014, 04:53 AM |#3  
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I've used unblock-us for MLB.tv on the fire seamlessly for a month or so now.... very happy with it.

I only change the primary DNS on the fire to unblock-us and leave the secondary on my local ISP.
3rd September 2014, 04:16 AM |#4  
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Originally Posted by blackantt

Hi,

I am out of USA. I want to watch netflix via VPN on fire tv.

1.all of traffic will go through the VPN or just verify info go through the VPN ?
2. I am wondering how many traffic It needs every month via VPN?
3. Does VPN affect the speed ?

thanks

I'm based in NZ with FireTV using unlock-us, streaming Netflix, Amazon Prime and iPlayer. Speed is not noticeably a problem, and with unblock-us I have the ability to 'exist' in the UK and the US at the same time so I can use both countries services.

It's a simply DNS change so not encrypting any traffic, just masking your location so you can view blocked resources.
3rd September 2014, 11:06 PM |#5  
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I'm based in NZ with FireTV using unlock-us, streaming Netflix, Amazon Prime and iPlayer. Speed is not noticeably a problem, and with unblock-us I have the ability to 'exist' in the UK and the US at the same time so I can use both countries services.

It's a simply DNS change so not encrypting any traffic, just masking your location so you can view blocked resources.

How did you install the Netflix app? I tried from the Amazon store, but it is still restricted by region. I use unotelly (similar to unblock-us).
25th September 2014, 05:09 PM |#6  
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How did you install the Netflix app? I tried from the Amazon store, but it is still restricted by region. I use unotelly (similar to unblock-us).

download the netflix apk file from apk downloader website and then sideload it to your FTV.
25th September 2014, 10:16 PM |#7  
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How did you install the Netflix app? I tried from the Amazon store, but it is still restricted by region. I use unotelly (similar to unblock-us).

I used a router-based VPN client (to appear as in US) and installed Netflix from the store. The use Hola to wtach
25th September 2014, 10:23 PM |#8  
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Thanks, it turned out my issue was that me Amazon account was an amazon.com.au account. I created a US based Amazon account and changed to that and all was good.
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