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IMPORTANT IPTV SYSTEM UPGRADE

Hi.

We have upgraded our IPTV system to provide much more stability, compatibility and security. Now you can enjoy the service by using Playlists or MAC Address authentication for those who use *** boxes or prefer the Stalker portal.

All portals have been upgraded and all portals are redirecting to the new ones but for those apps or devices that doesn't support redirect like KODI most use the new URLs

Portals 1 - 4 are redirecting to:

Portal 5 is redirecting to:

Customers using M-A-G, emu and other apps and devices that support redirect doesn't need to change anything.

Those interested on using the playlist, just need to visit the Search Donation form and there you will see the playlist option. Only those donations without a linked mac address are able to use the playlist option, if your donation have a mac linked but you'd to use the playlist instead then just remove the mac from your donation.

Here you have a list with some of the new devices & apps compatible with the new system but basically any device or app that support M3U playlists or Xtream Codes should work with your donation number:

KODI
Apple TV
VLC
GigaBlue
Engima 2 OE
Dreambox OE
StarLive
Octagon
Ariva
Spark
Geant
Tiger
QMax
Hyper
Royal
Fortec
Prifix
StarPort
Revolution 60/60
SunPlus
Zorro
WebTV
AZclass

IMPORTANT: If you use VPN and the service doesn't work then please try without the VPN because some datacenters are blacklisted for security reasons.
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  • Anyone have a recommendation for a good VPN?

    Anyone have a recommendation from your personal experience for a good VPN that works great with mag254 and our sites IPTV service?

  • #2
    I have tried a few but I wound up with Private Internet Access as it has good support, it allows up to 5 different devices using linux, windows, android, mac or Pi boxes. They do support routers and they have several ways of configuring whatever you have and want to connect with. I have 4 different boxes auto connecting on boot up so they connect to London, England, Hong Kong, United States midwest and Singapore. I usually lose about 1.3 to 1.8 mb/sec on speed but its not a deal breaker. I tried Xpress which was a fraction faster but it comes with a higher sticker price and less options. Avoid HMA and Pure as servers were slower and not worth the price of admission.

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    • #3
      Thanks Amex, that's the kind of info I was looking for.

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      • #4
        This one is good
        hxxps://btguard.com/

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Amex View Post
          I have tried a few but I wound up with Private Internet Access as it has good support, it allows up to 5 different devices using linux, windows, android, mac or Pi boxes. They do support routers and they have several ways of configuring whatever you have and want to connect with. I have 4 different boxes auto connecting on boot up so they connect to London, England, Hong Kong, United States midwest and Singapore. I usually lose about 1.3 to 1.8 mb/sec on speed but its not a deal breaker. I tried Xpress which was a fraction faster but it comes with a higher sticker price and less options. Avoid HMA and Pure as servers were slower and not worth the price of admission.
          Hey is your HD Channels working good with that PIA VPN ?
          i have Pure Vpn and i am getting about 5-6 Mb most of the time and HD channels freezing all d time.

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          • #6
            Yes, I haven't had any problems using PIA VPN when watching HD although there is a small amount of motion blur at times with occasional freezing but its momentary. I have watched some UHD programming as well without any serious issues.

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