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#1 Ash201


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Posted 12 July 2016 - 10:15 AM

Hi everybody

My Name is Ryan and i'm from Iowa.

I'm new here in the forum , i just joined in.

I hope to help and contribute as much as I can.


For now though I am the one who could use some help :)

I was wondering , if there is any type of VPN service or Proxy that can let me not only choose the country/region i'm coming from , but also choose which ISP service i am using.

For example , if I my provider is AT&T , i would like to simulate how a certain website would behave if i would be using other providers like Comcast and and others.

I don't mind if it's free or fee , As long as it's simple as using a normal VPN service like HideMyAss.

(Without  the trouble of using a host service of a particular ISP)

Is there such service or software? 


Nice to meet you all :)

Thanks in Advance Ryan 

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Posted 12 July 2016 - 11:00 AM

I don't see how different providers would change a site's reaction - only the speed at which it loads.

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#3 Ash201

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Posted 12 July 2016 - 02:51 PM

Thank you  very much :)

Let me explain.

I'm working  for and Internet company.

I've noticed that some users from specific providers are having trouble accessing our website.

They get all kind of different Errors but the main simply show Redirect Error .

So i wanted to see if there is a software preferably a VPN type one , that can let me choose provider rather then a country or a region to let me look at the problem deeper and diagnose if it's wide ISP related or simply specific users who encounter it.

it's not on a wide scale yet , but i would like to catch it before it Expands.

Any solutions ?

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