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Anyone has a link to a good IPTV guide?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Yo! Couldnt really find a good category for this so posted in general. I just heard about IPTV and how it can save u tons of money since u dont have to pay for cable. But that you do need to install a vpn on your router and such. Anyone with a good guide to this? Im using the new Xiaomi ax1800 router, u can install a vpn on those, but im not sure how it works if u want it on one output only.

 

And I cant really find a definitive guide. Any users?

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No since IPTV is considered illegal filesharing in just about every country on Earth.


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4 minutes ago, Master Disaster said:

No since IPTV is considered illegal filesharing in just about every country on Earth.

IPTV is not illegal. Some of the major providers offer TV over IP. Now using a service that promises 6000 channels for $30, yeah that might be illegal there. But the IPTV is also used for legitimate purposes. 

 

Keep in mind, service like Hulu, Youtube TV and such are technically providing TV via IP. 

 

3 minutes ago, Rijsberman said:

h okay so it IS shady business

Either go with a legit provider or go with nothing. We cant help you break the law. 

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21 minutes ago, Donut417 said:

IPTV is not illegal. Some of the major providers offer TV over IP. Now using a service that promises 6000 channels for $30, yeah that might be illegal there. But the IPTV is also used for legitimate purposes. 

 

Keep in mind, service like Hulu, Youtube TV and such are technically providing TV via IP. 

 

Either go with a legit provider or go with nothing. We cant help you break the law. 

Fair point but I think we all know what OP was talking about here.


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