As the world's top streaming platform, Netflix has a growing library of feature films, documentaries, TV shows, anime, and award-winning Netflix originals.
Netflix needs to protect the copyrights of creators. It has to do with its agreements with content producers, who do not get paid for overseas audiences. As a result, you can only watch some of the content available locally.
Netflix uses "geo-restriction" to limit the content you can view based on where you live. So no matter where you create your account, you need to make sure you have access to where your content library is to watch it without a hitch.
Netflix can detect and block different IP addresses in a number of ways. They break the connection when you connect through another VPN's IP address. If the same IP address is used for connections from hundreds of different people in a short period, it is likely that Netflix will block it.
Over the years, we have been working with many IP providers to address the issue of IP restrictions, such as AWS, GCE, Azure, and SoftLayer. We have enriched the IP database and have built a safe list of IP addresses. As a result, you don't need to do tedious operations. Select the area you want to enter, and with only one click, Bingo!
X-VPN has a large number of servers in more than 60 countries. This not only increases the number of different Netflix directories you can access, but also helps ensure that Netflix unlock works consistently.
We continue to add refinement to each optional line. For example, when you select [US-Video-N], you can also manually switch lines by clicking the small black triangle on the left to change different lines in the United States.
We'll take a look at how to use X-VPN to access Netflix：
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If you switch between different regions by changing the IP, there may be occasional exceptions cause certain areas will still lock some IP addresses. In this case, we suggest you try to clear the browser cookie, change the browser, or use a private browser to clear all the original history.