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Using Canadian VPN, but IP is in New Jersey

  • Try disabling WRT (or something similar) from settings.

  • I did. No change in symptoms.

  • Did you tested following the "How post a problem" steps? - It's a pinned topic -
    Mostly: No extensions - private tab/windows

    Then, use a new profile (aka Clean profile), probably you'll spend less time testing things and it's usually 100% successful.

    Just make an extensions list back up - "V7 extensions" will help - and read about the "Back up" in the signature.

    You could use the Opera Test profile too and keep it for future testing purposes.

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  • @kevinbcarney Setting WebRTC to 'disable non-proxied UDP' that page list all addresses as blank.

  • I will have to agree with zalex108... It's worth a shot

  • I'm thinking the Opera VPN IP Addresses (the Canadian ones) might be blacklisted and the CBC website is checking the blacklist.

    When I query for my IP Address, it is now consistently in Toronto. When I try to watch a CBC production, it is denied.

  • @kevinbcarney said in Using Canadian VPN, but IP is in New Jersey:


    Since thought you need an account to watch whatever you cannot watch, I didn't tested either, but to figured it out I've went to the CBS and tested:

    • News are allowed to be read.
    • Podcasts are allowed to be listened.
    • Videos are not allowed to be watched.


    Then it seems that what you said is the problem.

  • As right now I don't have any iOS device, you can use Android and Canada VPN app (free) - you can specify to use the VPN just for the browsing app you use to watch it -.

    I've tested and it works.


    If you don't have any Android device but a Windows PC, you can use MemuPlay.

  • The free VPN is a joke - at least with me. It clearly says the VPN is on and the blue icon appears in the address bar however it has absolutely no effect. I use IP Vanish but as I use Opera as a browser and this was offered, I thought why not try it. When I turn on IP Vanish, if I'm running Soulseek (a P 2 P music share program) it immediately disconnects as it appears to the program as if I'm running 2 instances from 2 entirely different locations. BitTorrent will run down to zero share before it picks up the connections from the new location. Also as Australia has made a farcical and amateurish attempt at 'blocking' use of Pirate Bay - as in if you actually try to connect to the site specifically called 'The Pirate' you'll be denied access. You can of course still connect to the many PirateBay sites at different addresses without a problem. So Opera's (ie Surf Easy) VPN did none of these things. Soulseek kept running without a problem, BitTorrent (which I had open in a window to observe the result) kept running without interruption - as in it didn't need other programs to reconnect to my ISP and I was still blocked from using PirateBay - (which I can use as I please with IP Vanish). In other words my ISP appeared not to change at all.

    You get what you pay for it seems and I for one won't be cancelling my existing subscription to my paid VPN and turned Opera's off so I didn't have a false sense that I couldn't be tracked by using it. Maybe there are different experiences out there but I can't imagine why my system would be different. I naturally had IP Vanish turned off when trying Opera's.

  • Opera's VPN applies only to Opera, not to other software on your system. If you want to use it with other software, then you'd have to download the actual SurfEasy VPN client and not use the one built in to Opera. (Since your bittorrent client is not part of Opera, Opera's VPN has no effect on it.)

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