Tunlr is an innovative way to access Geographically restricted content by just changing
To follow a country law or to meet sponsor demand, many website restrict international access to their content. You probably already dropped on a Youtube video that you can’t view, you probably already heard about Netflix, Hulu but you can’t access it. All this happen because the country restriction.
The general answer of all this shit is VPN. However, unfortunately all quality VPN providers ask a paid subscription which is as low as $5 a month. There are few free VPN service though, but due to abuse those are slow, restrictive and often shut down as a result of over use.
Here, I find another solution for you called Tunlr, a DNS based unblocking service that allows users to access services blocked outside United States, United Kingdom and Germany. Due to the nature of the service, it not only adaptable in desktop system that run Windows, Mac OS or Linux but also easy to use in AppleTV, iPad, iPhone, and Android devices. All you need to know, the steps to change the default DNS in your device.
Tunlr basically uses a combination of a DNS server and a collection of proxies in various countries to bypass the geographical block. Also, unlike VPN where content delivered through the VPN server, Tunlr users are able to stream directly from the blocked services.
Tunlr can unblock the following services:
- US video streaming services: Netflix, Hulu, CBS, ABC, MTV, theWB, CW TV, Crackle, NBC, Fox, TV.com, PBS, Vevo, History, Lifetime TV,
- US audio streaming services: Pandora, Last.fm, Turntable.fm, Mog.com, iHeartRadio,
- Non-US services: BBC iPlayer (UK), Channel4 4oD (UK), iTV Player (UK), and Zattoo (Germany).
Not sure, it can unblock YouTube video or not but it should as it use DNS system. If it not work with your YouTube video then you can try ProxTube to unblock and watch country restricted YouTube videos.
Did I mentioned Tunlr is free!
Tunlr’s current primary DNS is 22.214.171.124 while the secondary DNS is 126.96.36.199. But, you should visit Get started section to obtain the current DNS and follow DNS changing instruction. You can also visit Tunlr status check page to know the service is up or not.
Try DNS Changer or DNS Jumper to change DNS easily in your Windows system. You can also follow Google DNS change guide to know how to change DNS manually, just replace Google DNS with Tunlr DNS. Don’t forget to restart your browser after changing DNS to apply your change.
Don’t over use the service, we all need such service to break geographical boundary over internet. Also, you should not use Tunlr as a permanent DNS for your computer as it limit download speed to 15KBps hence slow surfing experience. You should switch back to your original DNS setting once you finished streaming the audio/video to restore back the download and upload speed.
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