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Spoof My IP iPad

There’s quite a few articles on this site about how you can hide your real IP address and use one from a different country. However most of these are based from the perspective of a computer or laptop, on these devices it’s much easier to buy  – ‘spoof my ip’ software specifically designed to accomplish this task. However many of us now, browse the web, watch movies on other devices too – ranging from tablets, smartphones and smart tvs. So here’s a quick introduction on how to spoof your ip address on an iPad or in English – how I hide my IP address on an iPad.

So in this scenario, I’m travelling away from home and I just have my iPad with me – am I locked out of all my favorite shows because I can’t connect through a proxy server. Well no you’re not, in fact it’s just as easy to hide your IP address on a tablet as it is on a PC in fact you can usually use the same software or service. But for start let’s just put up a video showing you the process in case you don’t want to read the rest of this post.

This uses my favorite security software Identity Cloaker but instead of using the software you just create the VPN connections manually – you can see how simple it is in the video.

However here’s the steps if you don’t like videos

On your iPad –

  • Select Settings
  • Select General
  • Select Networks
  • Select VPN

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You can see in the image, I’ve already created on VPN which I use for accessing US based sites. However you can have any number set up so just select add VPN configuration and you can add another one.  You should get to a  screen like this (might change slightly if you’re on a different version of iOS).

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Now I know it looks kind of complicated and technical but it isn’t really – here’s a break down of what you put in the fields.  Just leave the configuration on L2TP and fill in the boxes.   If you’ve subscribed to Identity Cloaker there’s a list of them in the members area or support will email them to you.  If you’re setting up a VPN with another company you’ll need to check with  them to make sure that the servers are VPN enabled and what the configuration settings are.

  1. Description – Give it a name based on which location UK Connection,  US Connection  etc,  then you can select quickly which country you need
  2. Server – Put in the  server name you got from the members area.
  3. Account Name – Your Identity Cloaker Username (or other VPN)
  4. RSA SecurID – Ignore this
  5. Password – Your Identity Cloaker password.
  6. Secret – The VPN Secret Name is in the members area.

That’s it, if you have the information at  hand it literally takes a couple of minutes – press SAVE (top right corner currently) to complete.  Then you should have an extra VPN connection listed on the screen like this –

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To use the VPN you simply have to select the one you need and then turn VPN to on from the top of the screen.   Whichever VPN you have enabled will then connect, I have the British VPN selected in this demonstration screen.  It’s worth putting in all the different connections you need all at once, then you can just enable them whenever you need.  You’ll see the VPN connection being made and then this logo at the top of your screen

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So when this is enabled all your traffic will be encrypted and routed through the selected VPN server.  You can set up a selection of VPNs all to different countries, I use about six to spoof my ip address to a variety of locations.

Therefore you will also appear to have the IP address located with each server so if you want to watch the BBC iPlayer enable your UK VPN and so on – your real IP address will not be visible.

If you haven’t got Identity Cloaker yet – I can definitely recommend it, it’s probably best to try the 10 day trial first to see how you get on with it.  They have a very professional set up and the servers can cope with streaming video without any issues.  However there are a couple of other decent companies and the process will be very similar to use them.