Yes and No.
As mentioned in the previous FAQ, GLArab requires a proxy to be downloaded and installed on a machine that would like to stream GLArab channels. A proxy cannot be installed on Apple TV.
To get around this problem, simply do the following:
Install the GLAraby proxy software from the main website on a Windows/Mac machine
Configure the GLArab plugin in your Apple TV use a proxy. In the configuration of the plugin, set the proxy field to the IP address of the computer in your network that has the proxy installed.
The above solution will require that your machine with the GLArab proxy software installed to always be on
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2012-09-14 20:39 Post: #11
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Location: Auckland, New Zealand
2012-09-15 01:52 Post: #12
(2012-09-14 03:48)falafael Wrote: Would love to know, if the MBC channels are on here, i used to get them in my satellite days on Arabsat 26e, mainly MBC2, MBC Action etc, so would love to have them back!!
All the MBC channels are available via the ATN Network. You can try and get a 1 day trial from them (something like 1 or 2 euros) to test out the channel and the quality of their streams.
Joined: Oct 2011
2012-09-15 06:24 Post: #13
(2012-09-14 20:39)diden Wrote: ykhera1 look
I did everything same as mentioned above, but no go.
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