Want to get access to the American Netflix video library in Canada? You don’t need to pay anything extra or create a new account; all you need to do is change your device’s DNS settings so that Netflix thinks you’re connecting from within the US. You’ll need to find Netflix’s current DNS addresses, which changes regularly.
How To Change DNS On Windows
Click the Start menu or button and type. ncpa.cpl. Press ↵ Enter to open the Network Connections window.
2Right-click on your active network connection. Select “Properties”.
3Select “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)” from the list. Click theProperties button.
4Select the “Use the following DNS server addresses” option. This will allow you to input the DNS server of your choice. Entering Netflix’s US DNS server will make Netflix think you are connecting from the US.
Enter in a primary and secondary DNS address. The Netflix DNS servers change regularly, so there’s a good chance that the codes listed on this page will be outdated. To find the latest servers, perform a Google search for “US Netflix DNS addresses”.
- As of November 24th, 2014, 108.061.173.107 / 108.061.173.108 and213.005.182.117 / 23.021.182.024 are working DNS primary / secondarycombinations.
6Click .OK. You may need to restart your computer for the changes to take effect.
Log into Netflix. When you open the Netflix page on your new DNS server, you can log in using your Canadian account and get access to the American video library.
- If you aren’t able to access Netflix, try a different set of DNS addresses.
- If you continue to have trouble finding working DNS addresses, consider a paid VPN service