Have you seen the error message 1106 as you tried to stream a movie or an awesome TV series at the CBS website? What makes CBS say that this video is currently unavailable? Is it something wrong with the website? Or is it something you are doing that might be causing the error message? Here I will share my theory and my solution as I was facing the 1106 error at the CBS website.
In the recent time, I have been testing a lot of VPN providers to see whether or not they work with CBS, CBS All Access, PeacockTV, Amazon Prime, and lots of other streaming services and TV networks. So, as I recently visited the CBS website I didn’t only see the 1106 error message, but I also bumped into the 3304 error code. But, what was actually causing both of them?
Sometimes error codes like these ones can be temporary and caused by a sudden error or some other problem with the server of the website, or a temporary error on your side. But, if I am connected to a VPN server and see such error messages, I always have a feeling that the VPN might be the thing causing the trouble.
In other words, if you are using a VPN as you see the 1106 error message at the CBS website (or possibly the 3304 error code), then that is most likely what is causing it!
If you don’t use a VPN or any proxy service, then I don’t really have any good ideas related to a solution. You should absolutely try to restart your browser or possibly try to load the CBS website in a private / incognito mode window in your browser. That will remove all cookies, something that might be able to help you. If neither of those help you, go to www.whatismyipaddress.com to check if your IP address is correct. Maybe you are using some proxy or VPN without your knowledge and that might be causing the trouble. If that is so, speak to your system administrator for further help.
Are you using a VPN? That is most likely causing the 3304 and the 1106 error code on the CBS website.
If you are using a VPN, I have two simple advices to give you.
1. Connect to a different server in the USA using the same VPN provider.
This is the easy solution. As I used VyprVPN and received these error messages, I had to connect to three different servers in the United States before I actually managed to stream the content on the CBS website using the service. In other words, not all the VyprVPN servers in the USA will help you stream CBS abroad, but some of them will. Does that sound good to you? Would you like to give it a try? Click the button below to visit their website.
VyprVPN has a full refund policy available, so if you don’t like it, or don’t get it to work, you can easily ask for a full refund. You can also learn more about VyprVPN in our VyprVPN review.
2. Buy a VPN subscription to a VPN created to unblock CBS and other streaming services.
A different solution might be to forget entirely about the VPN you are currently using, to cancel your subscription with that provider, and to purchase a subscription to a VPN provider known to be perfect for streaming in general. Which VPN am I thinking of? In this very moment, I would say that ExpressVPN and SurfsharkVPN might be the two best VPN services for streaming in general in the world.
SurfsharkVPN is the cheapest solution, and the provider that works best with Netflix, in addition to CBS, Amazon Prime, PeacockTV, HBO Max, and lots of other networks.
SurfsharkVPN also has a 30-day full refund policy and you can use one subscription on an unlimited number of devices at the same time. It will help you stream Netflix content in more than 15 countries, and it is the cheapest of all the VPN providers mentioned in this article.
ExpressVPN is the VPN provider giving access to most streaming sites in total, but it is more expensive than SurfsharkVPN, and it will “only” give you access to Netflix content in 8 countries, compared to SurfsharkVPN giving access to content in more than 15 countries. ExpressVPN is super fast, and it has worked non-stop with CBS for years!
You can use one ExpressVPN subscription on five devices simultaneously. If you click the button above and purchase a 12-months plan, you will receive an additional 3 months of usage for free as a bonus.
While all three VPN providers mentioned in this article will help you get rid of the 1106 error on the CBS website, only two of them will totally irradicate the error message. With VyprVPN it might show up now and then, depending on which server you connect to in the USA. With SurfsharkVPN and ExpressVPN the story is much easier, as they will unblock the service with all their servers.
Are you ready to get rid of the 1106 error?
I have tried to make this article easy to follow and to understand. Have you understood why you saw the error message in the first place? Have I been able to help you with my advice? I hope I have. Please write a comment and let me know if you have further trouble or need some help or explanation along the way!
You can also read my article on how to stream CBS and CBS All Access abroad right here for more help and information.