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TV Anywhere not allowing wi-fi network change

I have TV Anywhere working fine on my laptop and Android tablet with either of my two 2.4/5GHz wifi networks.  However TV Anywhere only works with my VM Super Hub.  With the other network (powerline) which works just fine for email and web used when I am outside,  TV anywhere comes up with the message "view on TV".   There is no way TV anywhere allows selection of network.

 

How can i fix this so that I can use TV Anywhere outside?

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Re: TV Anywhere not allowing wi-fi network change

Sounds like you are selecting a channel that does not stream.
Select Channel 4 and that should work.
If it does then proves it is working as it should be and just choose the indicated streaming channels.
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Re: TV Anywhere not allowing wi-fi network change

...because the BBC don't allow you and expect you to use their iPlayer.


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Re: TV Anywhere not allowing wi-fi network change

Sounds like you are selecting a channel that does not stream.
Select Channel 4 and that should work.
If it does then proves it is working as it should be and just choose the indicated streaming channels.
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Re: TV Anywhere not allowing wi-fi network change

Sorry for the delay in thanking you.  Yes I was not using a streaming channel.   However why would BBC channel 108 not be streaming?

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Re: TV Anywhere not allowing wi-fi network change

...because the BBC don't allow you and expect you to use their iPlayer.