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Unusual traffic from your computer network in Google

Hi guys, recently I used my SFO1 VPS as VPN to search in Google, however I come across with Unusual traffic from your computer network several times. I am sure that I am the only one has access to my server. Can someone help me out? Besides I just create another server in TOR1 but turns out the same.


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I’ve run into this issue.

What I’ve found is that if I disable ipv6, google stops complaining. This would limit you to ipv4 if you intend to interact with google from your VPS, but it can get you beyond this issue. Alternatively, you can use a different search engine.

Hey there aLIEzTed,

Google (and lots of other service providers) block cloud hosting provider’s IP ranges from accessing there services. There are a number of reasons why they do this, but none are really anything that DigitalOcean can do anything about.

You would just need to continue creating droplets until you get an IP that Google has not decided to block.

Regards,

Andrew DigitalOcean TechOps