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Just a heads up:

I just noticed on DNSLeakTest that the NL server I was connected to was showing as being in the UK.


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That happens from time to time. IP geolocation is often quite coarse.

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I have noticed several times over the last few weeks that doing a speed test while connected to an AirVPN Dutch server will do the test from a London server. I ran the IPleak test from the link I got here and there is no leak but found that instead of getting Dutch options at certain sites would get British ones. So now I repeat connecting AirVPN to different dutch servers until Speedtest does it from a dutch server like Phoenix etc. I don't think this is an AirVPN problem though I think it has to do with Windows latest version 2004?. Another thing I noticed was that I never seemed to get a good download speed when it tested from the London servers where I would get around 100-110Mbps as opposed to 120-135Mbps on the dutch connected speed test.

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