Q: Why Most VPN Services Stopped Working with Netflix ?
A: Netflix started blocking VPN users because it does not like the prospect of users all over the world accessing its premier US service. It does not really track your true geographic location, but only checks your IP address to see if it is coming from a datacentre and not from an ISP. If it finds the former to be true, it shows you an error message and denies you access. On the other hand, if you use a residential VPN, there’s no way Netflix is going to deny you access. This is because it cannot make out the fact that you are using a VPN. Your residential IP address checks out, and you can unblock Netflix USA.
Q: What is the difference between a Residential IP and a Datacenter IP?
A: In order to provide the best streaming access to unblock netflix,Hulu,etc. Netflixvpn.com use“Residential IP VPN”. These IPs are capable and designed specifically for streaming US based HD content. These residential VPN IP servers are whitelisted with all of the major USA streaming platforms and have active peering agreements between these platforms and Internet Service Providers to give you the best streaming performance possible. This means no stuttering and no waiting around to fix the infamous “proxy error” when trying to stream your favorite flix.
Q: How do I setup my account?
A: Please take a look at the Help Center section of our website. Here you will find the tutorials describing the steps you need to follow for configuring .Netflixvpn on your Operating System. Both PPTP, L2TP/IPSEC,SSTP,IKEV2 and OpenVPN tutorials are available.
Q: Are there any limitations regarding the bandwidth, speed or number of switches between servers?
A: Our service has no limitations regarding the bandwidth or speed; neither limits the number of switches between our VPN servers.
Q: In what countries can I use your service?
A: Our service can be accessed from anywhere around the globe, you will just need an Internet connection that supports one of our VPN protocols.