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Anyone know a provider that have IPs working with Hulu?
All my VPSes does not work with Hulu neither VPN nor DNS are working for me
Which providers have you tried yet?
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@mpkossen Digitalocean, Securedragon, CrownCloud, Vultr, RamNode and OrbitServers
From what I remember some NanoVZ IPs worked @AutoSnipe
If I were Hulu, this thread would be quite helpful to me.
@pechspilz OK, Then let's keep it PMs
@TinyTunnel_Tom I've read that it is not working too
is there a way to check in command line?
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@Maounique AFAIK No there isn't
But the easiest way to check is through the SSH tunnel
Perhaps, but i am in the mountains now with a shaky connection, don't want to risk anything
Not sure about Hulu, but for Netflix there is an api somewhere that will return the country it thinks your in. Google may help
@smooch1502 Their is no problem with Netflix only Hulu not working
Its pretty easy, they are blacklisting the IP allocation owners, for example you can get a fresh ip generally thought to never been used before, and hulu with it to hulu but if the provider/datacenters name is fully registered on the ip whois.
For this example volumedrive I just got 5 ips from them all are blocked on hulu, I then got 3 other ips from volumedrive that are under a blue/white label whois name and it works.
With a fresh ip, only detection is owner name, ip in similar class with owner name changed allowed me to view while using a remote location.
The problem with Hulu is not about the country only. Hulu is blocking all non-residential IP ranges that they find out, and that includes most datacenter-based VPS providers.