I phoned Support several weeks ago because I noticed I was not receiving some IPTV channels. I named the channels that were missing. The support person checked and said that the missing channels were no longer being supplied. That sounded a silly thing to say. When I checked IPTV a few weeks later, I noticed that the combination of channels had changed. (I no longer have either list.)
Checking today, here are the Working channels: Al Jazeera, Movie classics(test pattern), Russia Today, Seven, Seven 2, Ten, SBS 1, 11, SBS 2, Gem;
and the Not Working channels: Voice of America, ABC news 24, ABC 1, ABC 2, One HD, SBS 1 HD, Nine, Go(99), 7Mate.
There are several foreign language channels and a few others which I don't care about, so don't know if they work or not.
Here is the URL for a working channel: rtp://@seven-s-syd.iptv.tpg.com.au:1234
Here is the URL for a not-working channel:rtp://@nine-s-syd.iptv.tpg.com.au:1234
Replacing the @nine..... with its IP address 184.108.40.206 did not help.
It would be good if you could add in channel 12 "10 BOLD" and channel 76 "7flix".
Hi @david64 ,
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Hi @david64 ,
There are issues specially with Sydney Local Channels that are currently under investigation but no Estimated Time of Resolution.
Note: TPG IPTV is a free service and it is still in Beta Stage. There's no guarantee that it will work 24/7.
IPTV has been available since at least 2007 since I have an email from then. Between 2007 and a few years ago, the delivery method to the user changed since I had to call support about that. So, IPTV should not still be in beta testing. Unless you are testing out a new way to get the TV data stream to each exchange.