Choose a different VPN service: Not all VPNs are created equal, and some are better at getting around Hulu’s blocks than others. If you’re having trouble with your current VPN, it may be worth trying a different one.
Connect to another US VPN server: Sometimes, the problem may be with the server you’re connecting to. If your current server isn’t working, try connecting to a different one.
Contact your VPN’s support team: The team behind your VPN may be able to help you troubleshoot the issue and get you up and running again.
Clear your cache and cookies: Sometimes, the problem may be with your browser’s cache and cookies. Clearing them may help resolve the issue.
Check for IP and DNS leaks: If your IP or DNS addresses are leaking, Hulu will be able to block your VPN. Use a tool like ipleak.net to check for leaks and fix them if necessary.
Change VPN protocol: If you’re using the PPTP protocol, try switching to a different one like OpenVPN or L2TP/IPSec.
Disable IPv6: IPv6 can sometimes
1. Check if your VPN is on our list of supported providers. If it’s not, try another provider.
2. Make sure you’re connected to the correct server location for your region. For example, if you’re in the US, connect to a US server.
3. Restart your device and try again.
4. Clear your cookies and cache from your browser settings (instructions vary by browser). Then restart your browser and try again.
5. Try accessing Hulu through a different browser (such as Chrome or Firefox).
Download and install a reliable VPN with US servers. Open the VPN app on your chosen device and connect to a US server.
Visit www.hulu.com or open the Hulu app.
Browse the library of content, and enjoy!
1. Use a different IP address or port number for your VPN connection. Some websites block VPN traffic based on the IP address or port number used. By changing these settings, you may be able to bypass the block.
2. Use a different protocol for your VPN connection. Some websites block VPN traffic based on the protocol used. Try connecting via a different protocol (such as PPTP or L2TP) to see if that makes a difference.
3. Use a web proxy instead of a VPN. If all else fails, you can try connecting to websites through a web proxy instead of using a VPN tunnel directly. This won’t provide the same level of privacy as using a VPN, but it may allow you to circumvent website blocks.
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