Looks like your location has changed.
This means services like NHL.tv and MLB.tv won't load or work properly.
You'll have to update your location if you want to use these services on this network.
- Mac OS X
Mac OS X
Follow these step by step instructions to link your device to YonderTV
On your Dock, open System Preferences
In the Internet & Wireless section, click the Network button
Your computer is either connected via Wi-Fi or Ethernet (the green dot indicates what connection you are using). In this set-up scenario, we are using Wi-Fi.
When you have selected your preferred Internet connection, click Advanced and a new window should open up.
In the new window, click the DNS button on top
Next, click the + button to add the YonderTV DNS server codes 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206
When you have successfully entered the DNS settings, you need to ensure that the YonderTV numbers are the only ones in present in the field. If any other numbers remain, remove them by selecting the number and then click the - button. Next, click OK
This should lead you back to the Network window again. Here you click Apply and you’re almost ready.
Next step is important, you have to restart your computer. Simple? Yes, we think so.
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