CONTENT NOT AVAILABLE ON YOUR LOCATION

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Hi to everybody,

I visited a friend's house yesterday and he was watching a full-episode online video of a TV series that I love. Unfortunately I had to leave before the video finished playing so I asked my friend to email me the link of the website where he was watching the video so I could also watch the video at home.

When I got home that day, I hurriedly accessed my email address to get the link that my friend sent me and he did send me the link but when I clicked on it, I got the website alright but above the window where the video is supposed to be viewed there is a message saying "Sorry, this content is not available in your location."

Obviously, my friend and I located in the same country and even in the same city but how come he was able to view the video but I was not able to?

Thank you in advance for those who can help. Below is a screenshot of the website where I was trying to view the video.

Sorry, this content is not available in your location

Sorry, this content is not available in your location.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #127249

CONTENT NOT AVAILABLE ON YOUR LOCATION

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Contents not available in your location means that you are not authorized to access to those site, the admin of that site on which you are going to watch video has blocked the for you location IP address. When you try to access the page. Your request with your location IP from gateway goes the site server and the site server check it with its database to allow connection or not.

If it found your entries to not allow connection it will discard your request and display a message that not available in your location. What you have to do use any proxy to change your location IP address and access the site.

Using proxy will grant you access to the site because the gateway of the server get another IP instead of your original IP address and you will be able to watch your favorite video. Hope this solve your problem.

Thanks.

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