Setting boxes up with no VPN instructions would be considered bad practice right now. Since the EPL won the high Court order, ALL Iptv is suffering, not just Ace. You need to instruct every client on how to get a VPN set up, or you will have support tickets dropping every weekend.
There's a few options, but the easiest is VPN service that offers an android app, and starting this before launching Kodi. You can get more complex with a VPN router (or easy: buy pre-setup router on ebay), or routing your Smart TV through your VPN on your PC.
If you don't understand the tech and current situation in this space, rethink your business op.
EDIT: My streams are working fine 99% of the time (there is no 100% iptv service) with IBVPN installed on a Kodi box, and I still use my Smart IPTV app without vpn thru tv on non-matchdays.
EDIT 2: I watched the PPV with a minor issue once the fight started. Swapped streams... all good.
Yeah, ive read to not try more than a month. I was years on iptvrocket/privateserver/666 from iptvtalk forums similar to IPTVZeta and its all controlled and awful. Was member since day1 from before IKS. After 6 years, just tried premiumiptv_dot_io , you can figure it out by translating the name into website and buy the UHD streams are crystal clear 4k with my NordVPN. Im going to switch from SmartersIPTV to TiviMate. Listen, they have a trial for the premiumiptv but don't buy yearly like people are saying.
Sent the donation amount that you "lost" (you can call it refund or whatever) Enjoy!
I'm using the same service for very long time and i don't have any issues. I don't know if you already read the other topics on r/iptv if your internet provider is slowing your connection during live matches (testing your internet speed won't help you at all), of course you'll experience such issues and you should use a VPN. Test with 4G connection and see the difference.
I have two friends who live in UK and without a VPN, they cannot watch anything during weekends but with NordVPN works everything smooth.
Streaming IPTV takes a fair bit of bandwidth for your internet connection to get a TV like experience. Streaming IPTV and paying for a subscription puts you the category of stealing signals, programs and in some cases VOD. I hope you understand this. To protect what you are doing with your Internet connection, you should be using a good VPN provider. Not all VPN providers provide no speed or bandwidth restrictions. If you are using a VPN, test your internet connection performance without the VPN client running, then check again with VPN client your internet connection speed is less than 3/4 the speed without the VPN you are being throttled by the VPN provider.
Both NORD VPN and Astrill VPN do not throttle and add the benefit of being able to provide dedicated connections, that will not throttle. Other VPN providers do not do this and provide the level of anonymity to protect you.
I have no issues with Beast. There is occasional buffering but otherwise very happy with the channels. Watch NHL, MLB, Sky Sports, US Sports and Canadian Sportsnet &TSN.
If you are using a VPN make sure your app isn’t throttling your connection. Nord VPN and Astrill VPN are great, use a private ip close to where you are located.
I have Vaders.Store and I pay month to month . I had buffering problem with the app and I text them ; they suggest me to use perfect player and now is way much better , minimum buffering and I am using a IPVanish VPN without issues . I have Area501 as a backup.
I started using theplayersklub last week after I got my 2nd general Amazon Fire stick tweaked to troypoint specs. IPVanish VPN worse flawlessly. Now on to my only issue with theplayersklub premium. When watching the paid tv section, which I must say is awesome the show being watched will disappear and there's just a blank screen. I'm sure there's an easy fix for this but I need to know how to do it.
A VPN can improve things substantially
I'm in Australia and I travel around a bit so i'm frequently using IPTV from different ISPs. If I find the connectivity to Europe a little slow, resulting in buffering, I turn on a VPN and it usually fixes the issue.
If you watch your IPTV through the chrome browser, there are lots of VPNs with quality "secure proxies" are great for speed. Examples include ExpressVPN, Torguard, Windscribe, , and Astrill (which actually does a system wide secure proxy through their app)
However if you are on a high speed (>20mbps) connection, most VPNs should fix the buffering issue for you.
Hi I have a Mag254 but Crown does not allow recording on 2 specific international channels. No catchup for these channels either. I have a spare Windows laptop. Would you know what software or hardware I would need to do a manual recording? This device looks interesting but then you need to add in the cost of external SSD and hdmi splitter: https://www.amazon.com/AVerMedia-EzRecorder-Definition-Recording-ER130/dp/B00LAP3GC8/ref=sr_1_14?ie=UTF8&qid=1517963406&sr=8-14&keywords=Avermedia+usb#customerReviews
I messaged iptvking to see if either of the channels offer record or catchup so hopefully they do on Vader. The channels are either under Brazil or Portuguese:
Globo RJ or Globo SP and
Thanks for any help!
I kinda want to piggyback off of jjcoolaus' previous post. I live in the states and I've been using WSS Premium for quite awhile now. I've come to believe that my internet service provider is possibly monitoring and throttling my internet usage for this IPTV service. I have WSS Premium setup through the use of the IPTV Pro app (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ru.iptvremote.android.iptv.pro&hl=en) and the VLC beta player app (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.videolan.vlc.betav7neon&hl=en).
Every other application on my android box (e.g. Kodi, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video) appears to NOT be experiencing buffering/throttling. Utilizing a VPN service seems to substantially help me with buffering/throttling issues while using WSS Premium, however having my VPN service activated/turned on does drastically slow down other applications on my android box. I would recommend only turning on a VPN service for IPTV streaming (turning it off while using other applications).
I would suggest looking into a VPN service, such as IPVanish, to help you out with IPTV streaming. Again, I would only recommended using it during the use of WSS Premium/IPTV streaming. If you chose to look into a VPN service, there are three important setup tweaks that I would like to suggest:
(1) select "OpenVPN (UDP)", not "OpenVPN (TCP), under protocol options.
(2) if available, enable the "Scramble" feature which adds obfuscation capability to OpenVPN (which allows your VPN service to bypass network traffic sensors which aim to detect usage of a VPN and block it).
(3) select your "Country", closest "City" to where you reside and the "Best Available" server (for selected city).
There is no guarantee that this will help you with buffering/throttling issues pertaining to IPTV streaming, however for me I've seen a drastic improvement while using a VPN service for WSS Premium.