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Channels not available via epg.best, but directly from M3U!
#1
Well, as the header says, I cannot watch my channels via epg.best-link anymore (which I have been able to). I have several different devices and the result is the same, if I use the m3u-link provided by epg.best, I only get a black screen. If I, for the same channels, use the link that I got from the IPTV provider, everything works great.

Need this solved ASAP, anyone have an idea?
#2
I found some devices don't like the "HTTPS" in the url so try changing it to HTTP://epg.best and see if that works.

Alternatively the old link still works (http or https) https://iptv-epg.com/xxxxx so try changing to that?

Edit: I have multiple devices working with the normal link so if you're having issues it sounds like your ISP might be blocking it?
#3
(07-06-2020, 11:21 AM)mydefposse Wrote: I found some devices don't like the "HTTPS" in the url so try changing it to HTTP://epg.best and see if that works.

Alternatively the old link still works (http or https) https://iptv-epg.com/xxxxx  so try changing to that?

Edit: I have multiple devices working with the normal link so if you're having issues it sounds like your ISP might be blocking it?

Thanks @mydefposse! I will try that, it might be a good solution, eventhough everything worked good at first. 
I do not suspect that my ISP has blocked this, I chose a good ISP that value internet integrity. And, it works on another device on the same network. Smile
#4
(07-06-2020, 11:21 AM)mydefposse Wrote: I found some devices don't like the "HTTPS" in the url so try changing it to HTTP://epg.best and see if that works.

Alternatively the old link still works (http or https) https://iptv-epg.com/xxxxx  so try changing to that?

Edit: I have multiple devices working with the normal link so if you're having issues it sounds like your ISP might be blocking it?

Hmm, no, I noticed that on my TVIP-605 I already used http and not https. It is something with the transmission between my IPTV provider and best.epg (since the actual TV-links do work when using them on VLC without involving best.epg).

Are there any support or contact I can reach?
#5
(07-07-2020, 09:06 AM)HenrikX Wrote:
(07-06-2020, 11:21 AM)mydefposse Wrote: I found some devices don't like the "HTTPS" in the url so try changing it to HTTP://epg.best and see if that works.

Alternatively the old link still works (http or https) https://iptv-epg.com/xxxxx  so try changing to that?

Edit: I have multiple devices working with the normal link so if you're having issues it sounds like your ISP might be blocking it?

Hmm, no, I noticed that on my TVIP-605 I already used http and not https. It is something with the transmission between my IPTV provider and best.epg (since the actual TV-links do work when using them on VLC without involving best.epg).

Are there any support or contact I can reach?

Hmm that's odd then. Did you try changing epg.best to iptv-epg.com ?

The best way is to open a ticket at the top of the main website page.
#6
delete the m3u from the program you use and then re-add it again

(worked good in my cause when i had this issue with tvheadend 4.3.x)
#7
(07-08-2020, 10:16 AM)Wally73 Wrote: delete the m3u from the program you use and then re-add it again

(worked good in my cause when i had this issue with tvheadend 4.3.x)

Thanks, but probably not a solution for me. I have asses the links provided by epg.best on several different platforms and machines. Also, their Android app that worked nicely before does not work anymore either. I have raised a ticket that I am waiting some sort of response on


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