Sonicwall blocks Netflix

Hi,

Probably a known issue: my Sonicwall tz100 blocks Netflix. I m sure of that since on my Iphone I can t access it on my local network/wifi but I can via mobile network/3G.
If I surf on any device in my local network to netflix.com it just says that it is unavailable. Other sites are perfectly reachable.

Pls advise.
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Haris DulicCommented:
Check under Security Services - Content Filtering is the netflix.com in the custom list..
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janhoedtAuthor Commented:
I don't have any paying services so contentfiltering isn't active.
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janhoedtAuthor Commented:
These are the alerts I receive in Sonicwall:

19:08:52 Sep 19 907 Firewall Settings Alert Possible FIN Flood on IF X0 - from machine xx:xx:bd:bd:40:eb has ceased      
19:08:49 Sep 19 905 Firewall Settings Alert Possible FIN Flood on IF X0 - src: 192.168.10.88:51231 dst: 37.77.188.87:80

192.168.10.88 is my Ipad.
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janhoedtAuthor Commented:
How can I be sure my Soniwcwall is blocking access? Could I set my Ipad in a sort of dmz to be sure? Pls advise
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janhoedtAuthor Commented:
It IS my router, I connected a pc directly to Internet (no router) and everything works fine!
Pls advise howto figure out what s wrong!
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carlmdCommented:
Does the router belong to you or your ISP?

If yours, what make/model is it.

If the ISP, contact them to make the changes.
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janhoedtAuthor Commented:
Seems to be a dns issue.
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carlmdCommented:
To test if dns, on a pc change the dns setting to use google dns.

If you are not familiar with how to do that see:

http://www.howtogeek.com/164981/how-to-switch-to-opendns-or-google-dns-to-speed-up-web-browsing/

If it works, then why not just leave it set that way. If it does not, then it can't be a dns issue, but rather something in the router.
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janhoedtAuthor Commented:
Probably a dns issue on my internal network, a forward of my local dns that does not work correctly. For the time being it works with google dns. So I leave it that way.
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carlmdCommented:
Wasn't the solution provided in ID: 40336397 above?

So why no points for it?
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