Choose a dedicated IP address to access IP-restricted networks, enjoy a squeaky clean online reputation, and have full control with uninterrupted VPN experience.
To start with, every time you connect to VPN, your real IP address is immediately replaced with a new one. The new IP depends on the remote server you have selected yourself or got assigned automatically.
As a result, if you connect to a server in another country, your IP address naturally reflects that. Therefore, if you use VPN to connect to different remote servers on a daily basis, the Internet will consider you as a different person every time you are online.
Generally speaking, the main difference between the two is that a shared IP address is used by hundreds of users at the same time, while a dedicated static IP belongs to one unique account.
Most VPN users are happy using an IP address shared by hundreds of users at the same time, as it allows to keep their privacy when browsing the web. On the other hand, a shared IP can easily turn up in a blacklist, as there’s no way for you to know what your IP “colleagues” are up to. That might cause you unnecessary annoyance online. Even though a dedicated IP address is not as discreet, there is a much lower possibility for it to be blacklisted.
Users may consider buying a dedicated IP address together with a VPN service for many different reasons, but they are all mostly related to accessibility. For instance:
We at NordVPN offer a number of unique IP addresses to accommodate those needs. Although a dedicated IP server is just like any other NordVPN server, it has one additional feature. It allows ordering a private IP address for an extra fee, which will be assigned to a single hosting account and can be used exclusively by one person.
NordVPN currently offers dedicated IPs in:
If you wish to purchase a unique IP address, please contact our support team at NordVPN to get further assistance and detailed instructions to get you started.
Note: Dedicated IP servers only work with the OpenVPN protocol.
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