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What To Do If You Have A Blocked IPTV Problem With Your Router

If you have recently purchased an IPTV UK subscription and notice it won’t log you into the IPTV app or the IPTV channels are just a black screen, this article will help you resolve any IPTV problems you are having with your router.

What To Do If You Have A Blocked IPTV Problem With Your Router

The first step is to turn your IPTV-enabled devices OFF and then turn your wireless router OFF. Now, turn the router back on and wait at least 5 minutes for it to go through its starting procedures. Then, only after 5 minutes, turn on your IPTV device.

Doing the above will correct many IPTV router problems, but depending on your internet provider, it may not be a router problem or an internet issue. Still, your internet provider is actively blocking IPTV servers on which your IPTV provider provides you the IPTV channels.

How To Know If Your Internet Provider (ISP) Is Blocking IPTV

Seven leading UK internet providers actively block IPTV when there is a football game on, usually an hour before kick-off, correct to 1-2 hours after the final whistle, which can be very frustrating as there is a football game on nearly daily and all day on weekends.

First, check the list below to see if your internet provider is mentioned in it

1. Sky

2.Virgin Media

3. BT

4. TalkTalk

5. EE

6. Vodaphone

7. Plusnet

If your internet provider is above and your IPTV is getting blocked, then you will need to use a VPN and always keep it turned ON to prevent your internet provider from blocking the IPTV when football matches are on.

If you are with an un-listed internet provider, you must check manually to see if your IPTV is being blocked. Also, explore Repelis24 – Your Destination for Endless Movie Entertainment!

How To Check If Your Internet Provider Is Blocking IPTV

You can download your IPTV provider app on your Android or iPhone smartphone.

Then, turn off your WiFi so you are using just your phone’s 3G/4G, then enter the IPTV app with your IPTV provider credentials. You should be able to log in and see the IPTV channels working perfectly fine.

The above proves the issue is that your internet provider is blocking your IPTV provider’s server and router.

Please note: If you use a mobile data provider from the list mentioned above, you will still get blocked even when using 3G/4G on your smartphone.

Conclusion

So, if you seem to be having a blocked IPTV problem with your router, you can try the method we mentioned, and if that doesn’t work, you can see if your internet provider is blocking the IPTV and use a VPN to resolve this issue. You can check Best IPTV UK to buy a smooth IPTV Subscription.

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