Using build-in VPN-Connection with CyberGhost


  1. Posts : 4
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
       #1

    Using build-in VPN-Connection with CyberGhost


    Hi all,

    this is my first post here and just before starting I want to let you know that english is not my native language. So please do not laugh, if I'm using a word incorrectly or make mistakes building a sentence. I promise to do my very best.

    I use Windows 10 Professional (64bit). And it comes with a build in VPN-Connection. I want to use it with my CyberGhost Premium Account (I use CyberGhost for Youtube as many music videos are blocked in Germany but visible in the US).

    I used the client software from CyberGhost before and if I was connected to a VPN-Server I had the IP Address of these server. Now I want to use as less software as possible, so I decided to use the Windows build in Connection.

    I followed the "How to configure L2TP (with IPSec)" Guide.
    Even if its written for Windows 8 I have done the same steps in Windows 10.

    But after connecting to the VPN I can still see my IP Address from my german provider. I was expecting to see an IP from the country in which I have connected to a server.

    Does anyone have an idea or maybe a solution?
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  2. Posts : 4
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
    Thread Starter
       #2

    Solved ...

    Seems that I have seen a cached version of the visited page. After deleting my browser cache I got the expected results.
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