IPTV blocked and How to Troubleshoot

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ISPs (Internet Service Providers) can block IPTV servers in several ways. Here are some common methods:

ISPs can block access to IPTV servers by blocking their IP addresses. This means that any traffic coming from the blocked IP address will be blocked, effectively preventing users from accessing the IPTV server.

ISPs can also block access to IPTV servers by blocking their domain names or DNS (Domain Name System) servers. This method involves redirecting traffic from the IPTV server to a fake server or blocking access to the IPTV server altogether.

ISPs can also block access to IPTV servers by blocking the protocols used by the IPTV server. For example, some ISPs may block protocols like UDP (User Datagram Protocol) or RTSP (Real-Time Streaming Protocol) that are commonly used by IPTV servers.

ISPs can use deep packet inspection (DPI) to analyze network traffic and identify traffic related to IPTV servers. They can then block access to these servers by blocking the traffic or throttling the bandwidth.


Can VPN get around the IPTV blockade and how?

Yes, a VPN (Virtual Private Network) can be used to get around an IPTV blockade implemented by an ISP. Here’s how it works:

When you connect to a VPN, your internet traffic is encrypted and routed through a remote server, which masks your IP address and location. This means that when you access the IPTV server through the VPN, your ISP won’t be able to block the IPTV server since they won’t be able to see your traffic.

Additionally, by using a VPN, you can bypass any DNS or protocol blocking implemented by the ISP. This is because the VPN server will resolve the DNS requests on your behalf and use its own protocols to connect to the IPTV server.

However, it’s important to note that not all VPNs work with IPTV servers. Some IPTV services may have their own measures in place to block VPN traffic, so it’s important to choose a VPN service that’s optimized for IPTV streaming and has a large number of servers located around the world.

Moreover, using a VPN may also affect the quality of your IPTV streaming. Since your traffic is being routed through a remote server, it may result in slower speeds and buffering. Therefore, it’s recommended to choose a VPN provider with fast and reliable servers to ensure a smooth IPTV streaming experience.