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    What is the best VPN to use. Thanks.

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    Default Re: VPN

    What is it for and what platforms do you want to use it on? I have read that PrivateInternetAccess are one of the best, they have servers all around the world and support various protocols.

    This site will give you the best info and allow you to compare various services:
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    Quote Originally Posted by evilsatan View Post
    What is it for and what platforms do you want to use it on? I have read that PrivateInternetAccess are one of the best, they have servers all around the world and support various protocols.

    This site will give you the best info and allow you to compare various services:
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    I use iptv on (LG) smart tv and want VPN for IP address

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10Zander10 View Post
    I use iptv on (LG) smart tv and want VPN for IP address
    You can either get a router that has VPN features and have the connection from there or your TV may be Android or something in which case you can try to download the apps from the provider you choose. You may also be able to connect a computer to a VPN and then run a local proxy using something like CCProxy and connect your TV to that to route via VPN.


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    Default Re: VPN

    You also will have to be careful as some IPTV providers don't allow VPN's
    Just use enough water to cover your vegetables,the same goes for when you're having a bath....

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    I'd avoid Netgear R7000. Mines not great

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    Default Re: VPN

    I've been using NordVPN for a while now. Had no issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunnzie View Post
    I've been using NordVPN for a while now. Had no issues.
    +1 for NordVPN.

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    Default Re: VPN

    So, I'm long overdue a VPN. Will be mainly using for two things. Firstly for home network to allow family to download and stream and secondly to spoof location on my tablet back to UK when I am abroad on work.

    Do the VPNs with 5 connections allow this? Probably my main concern is that main home PC isn't always on. Do tablets have to connect to main PC which would act as server?

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