I Can Connect to WiFi, but Don’t Have Internet. What to Do?

Many administrated networks use a firewall to block access to unknown addresses and different types of network traffic. For example, a firewall may interfere with your VPN connection, causing internet connection problems. This issue will usually occur on secure networks in places such as offices, universities, schools etc.

On these networks, the network admin must add these IP addresses to the allowed firewall rules:

80.178.157.0/25
82.163.248.192/26
213.151.34.200/27
213.151.35.208/28
82.163.137.192/26
212.76.127.0/24
213.151.32.0/22
141.226.232.0/22
37.60.47.64/26

38.123.230.0/24

81.2.149.0/24

38.86.33.0/24

38.125.100.0/24

At Netspark, we strongly believe that people should have a choice in what content they see online.

We’re dedicated to developing tools that empower our users to set their own standards for how they use the internet.