We have had a few emails about using different IP addresses for IPTV when using an IPTV provider and we aim to answer what is allowed and not allowed when using your IPTV service across different IPTV suppliers.
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Can I Use More Than One IP Address With IPTV
You will find if your IPTV provider gives you just one connection this will mean when you try to join with the new second IP address at the same time it will kick off the first IP address which is connected to the IPTV service.
You can put any IPTV subscription you have on as many devices as you want but it will always kick off the first IP address connected to your IPTV provider’s server.
To be able to use 2 different IP addresses at the same time you would need to buy a new IPTV subscription at full price or email your provider to see if they can offer you any deals on getting a second IPTV subscription.
Can You Use More Than 2 Devices At The Same Time On 1 IP Address
Now, this is a little different as it all on 1 IP address but again most IPTV suppliers only give 1 connection meaning you can connect as many devices in your home to the same IP service but when you start a channel on one device it will kick off the first device connected.
But with this many IPTV providers will offer extra connections as long as you are using it under 1 IP address they will normally offer a discount whereas some providers may offer more than 1 connection in their main subscription plan so be sure to check.
What Happens When You Try To Connect To IPTV With A Second IP Address
Nothing will happen apart from your first device connected to your provider’s IPTV service will get booted off.
But be aware if you keep doing this some providers can block your IP address so it is not a good idea to keep changing IP addresses or trying to connect with a new IP over an old IP address all the time as this can ultimately cause viewing disruptions for you.
Always be sure to check with your IPTV provider about using a second IP address or connecting more than 2 IPTV devices at one time to your IPTV subscription as all providers can have different rules.