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Nov 11, 2014, 3:05 PM

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Re: [johanson] Just checking

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I'm trying a VPN its called IPVanish and has IPs located all over the world. I mentioned it above. What I have been having a problem with and it's been my fault that after turning my VPN off, that my last connection sometimes remained where I had been connected, like in Spain. I just rebooted and will see what my IP location is.


EDIT: Well that was a waste of time :) I had gotten rid of any false IP #s using my several VPNs. The problem was that when I went to Google and looked at a Map showing where my IP supposedly was, it incorrectly showed Mexico City. After a little checking I found that my IP address was correctly located near Guadalajara and was the same on other computers connected to the same router and not using a VPN.


Further proof is I'm getting my normal wireless speeds

[URL=http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/3902208292]


If I had connected via cable my readings would been just over ten by 0.8+


When using a VPN ones speed can be slightly to greatly decreased depending on locations chosen


Well as soon as my one month $10 trial period is up, I shall try Robert's suggested VPN


(This post was edited by johanson on Nov 11, 2014, 3:44 PM)


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