So.... to add some useful information. On my GNU/Linux server I set up a complex system: briefly, AirVPN is always on but it's only used for torrenting, because I configured iptables and iprouting in such a way that, if a TCP/IP packet doesn't come from or to the process owned by the deluge user, it's processed by the common eth0 interface and therefore it uses my public common IP.
This means that, while browsing, I use my common IP. Nonetheless, since a few days Netflix (Italy) does not work if my tun0 interface is up and, precisely, it does not load the webpage at all. Odd enough, because Netflix should not be able to know that I'm using AirVPN, since AirVPN is not used for browsing and it's excluded from common Internet purposes other than torrenting.
Therefore, I suspect that some script from Netflix inspects the network interfaces active on the computer, regardless of the connection, and refuses to load if it finds VPN interfaces. This or some other wizardry by Netflix coders.
Anyway, it would be great if you could solve the issue. I wouldn't like to give up watching Netflix by my browser kiosk and be obliged to buy a Fire TV or some other device
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