Tunlr: Watch Hulu, Netflix and More Anywhere in the World

Tunlr: Watch Hulu, Netflix and More Anywhere in the World

Most people may have heard about tunlr. If you haven’t yet, then this will help you a bit. Tunlr is a DNS service that gives non-US residents to watch Hulu, Netflix, MTV, CBS and more. Most of the above services are region locked, that is you can not view them outside of U.S. Using Tunlr, we can watch them anywhere in the world. Do not expect a 24/7 service from tunlr, because it didn’t promise anything about stability or availability.

I can’t guarantee that this will work for you and can’t give assurance about legal issues if any. Proceed with your own risk. I suggest you to do not use this service for every day internet usage. It doesn’t provide all services, some of the services may work. Read the tunlr link to get clarify yourself.

Getting started with tunlr

You don’t have to install any extra software to use this service. Just go to http://tunlr.net/ website. Click on Show Me How link.

Home | tunlr.net - Mozilla Firefox_009It will redirects you to Get started page. Select the device you want to use to play the services.

Get started | tunlr.net - Mozilla Firefox_010As i am using linux desktop, so i click on Get started with Linux link. Select your own. Add the DNS servers mentioned in that page. This is not that much difficult. Everybody knows how to setup ip address and DNS for their network cards.

Getting started for Linux-UNIX-BSD | tunlr.net - Mozilla Firefox_011After setup your DNS addresses in your network card. Probably your network interface settings will look like below.

Editing Wired connection 2_012Make sure that you have removed all other DNS entries. Now restart network service or reboot your system to save the changes.

Now open the services that you want to view. Here i can view Hulu service from my home.

Watch The Line | Episode 1 online | Free | Hulu - Chromium_013

Watch The Line | Episode 1 online | Free | Hulu - Chromium_014

Thats it. Enjoy!!!

  • AlanRochester

    Or you can use the Chrome extensions ProxMate or Hola Unblocker?

  • http://www.unixmen.com SK

    Never heard about this extensions. Thanks for the heads up.

  • Peter

    Now websites are using smart javascripts, cookies and all kinds of scripts to detect if you are using a proxy and what is your real ip address, but if you are using PureVPN you will bypass their security searches and you will be safe.

  • Peter
  • Cristobal Ortiz-Ortiz

    nope hola unblocker do not work iwth netflix at least because they use windows propietary things to stream the content on computer :(