Are you saying that a VPN is now useless for trying to stream Amazon Prime, Netflix Etc? (in Mexico for watching US content)Long in the past I was very proficient with computer stuff, but not so much in the last 20 years. Installing ExpressVPN firmware on a Lynkays router was a bit tricky. It’s probably easy to brick the thing. Why bother if you can just run the software version of the VPN? Essentially all streaming services will recognize what you’re doing and either give you the Mexican content (Netflix) or deny you (Apple). Currently Amazon Prime video is even recognizing my firmware VPN. I run two routers, with and without. My standard router serves up Mexican Netflix with a lot of programming Netflix can’t license in the US because other streaming services are carrying it.
I have found customer service at ExpressVPN to be good. At one point they were direct selling routers with their firmware installed.
We have had no success in using a VPN for Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon. It usually works for a day or 2 then it gets discovered as a VPN and it denies access. So we watch Netflix Mexico which has a fair amount of programming on it.Are you saying that a VPN is now useless for trying to stream Amazon Prime, Netflix Etc? (in Mexico for watching US content)
I have had little to no success running software VPNs (multiple products) to stream US TV, including Netflix, Apple TV, and Amazon Prime. Using a Lynksys router that I jailbroke to run Express VPN firmware I was getting all of the above. A couple months ago Amazon started detecting the VPN server and blocking us. ExpressVPN has been trying to defeat them. Currently I easily get US Netflix and Apple TV+/HBO.Are you saying that a VPN is now useless for trying to stream Amazon Prime, Netflix Etc? (in Mexico for watching US content)
See this page then trusted vpn providersBuy a Sabai router with their software. You can buy the router with strong VPN embedded or you can add your vpn of Choice.
Really depends on what type of router you have, if it supports VPN's, and if you have a static Public IP assigned to you (in the states). A static IP is not required, but if you don't get one, your public IP could/may/will change in the future by your ISP without your knowledge and you won't be able to connect to the VPN unless you change your client to the new IP (with some providers, a simple reboot of the router will change your public IP). Alternatively, you can always setup dynamic DNS, but static just makes life easier and its maybe only $5/mo from your ISP. I suggest you Google setting up a VPN on your specific model as they are all very different, so I cannot really give a detailed step-by-step, but I will try to give a quick rundown.How is that accomplished exactly?