I downloaded but can't find it
I downloaded but can't find it
Ultrasurf and hotspotshield doesn't work anymore for me, I spend the other right working and trying to fix it or find something over the internet and nothing. I have both FF and IE but I can't make justin tv works for me. Also, I use lot of pages searching for different proxies and Justin always say that I'm using a proxy or a program like ultrasurf. ****ing JTV, in the past was a place to let people view TV without money, just clicking in the advertisement.
Hope a new miracle coming soon, because is the only way to see hockey games without the sopcast experince.
After using the suggested proxy......the video would load on the sites.
Y is that???
hey, i wanted to know if there are any proxies for vancouver region, and if they work on canuckstv online. can someone please find one for me and let me know
Probably a stupid question from the US: if you are within a TV rights area like say for the Preds/Av's game Saturday night, will the use of a proxy work? Want to see Fisher and Foppa but had to swap my season ticket to watch my kids that night and the game is sold out here.
thanks to all who posted tips. I've been trying Premium Proxy Switcher plug-in for Firefox. Seems to work.
does anyone know if hotspot shiled works with espn 3?
ESPN360 Requires the use of CoDeeN Proxy Servers.
Worked for me tonight, maybe not tomorrow. It is from the University of Toronto. Some kid might have opened one up and it might close.
Another one I found that did not work, and is on the list is from the University of Western Ontario 22.214.171.124 port 8909
If you find some, please pass them on to me, as well!!! I need them for every Saturday night for Hockey Night in Canada!
Can't seem to use the HNIC streams with a CA proxy. I found one that did work (126.96.36.199 port 80), but when i go to the HNIC site and try watching a game, it prompts me to click restart, then nothing happens. If someone knows a solution to this I sure would like to know, but it seems like you would need a VPN to be able to do this rather than a proxy.
Why not go to http://ca.gofreevpn.com then VPN connect to the site, then browse to the HNIC site, and watch to your heart's content!
My link to the HNIC site for watching is: http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockeynightincanada/video/live
I use Windows 7 x64, and it works great. I have found that trying to find let alone keep a connection with the Proxy servers is extremely time consuming and rarely works in my case. This works for me ALL THE time! I have shared with many Canadians that work here in the States. I could get you some screen shots how it works for me, if you're interested.
I love HNIC, too!
Thanks for responding Leafs-Fan. I actually was using the freevpn workaround during last year's Stanley Cup Playoffs but for some reason the gofreevpn.com site was down last weekend (which was disappointing because my Bruins were on HNIC last Saturday). I thought it may have been because that service wasn't being offered anymore. Glad to see it's back up.
Well it turns out that the site http://ca.gofreevpn.com/ is no longer so to speak. It appears that they are moving to the Open Source VPN called OpenVPN.
I downloaded it, but I can't seem to get it to work. I connect to the site they have, but my IP did not change. Does anyone have any tutorial on how this works? I really need my Canadian TV fix, especially Hockey Night in Canada! That is a MUST for me.
man, I was got it, it's useful, thanks
thanks guys, that really helped me!