I use one for all of my bots (not Neopets). It works great, but it randomly assigns you an IP from the location specified. So if you set US, you're going to get a random one out of the few they have near your area. That's why I set some of mine to Canada, but there are a few that are quite a bit more laggy than the others. Multiple instances of Opera can be used to have more IPs.
Glad to hear you've had a good experience with it. That's one of the reasons I like it, because it's easy to have multiple IPs on one computer without jumping through hoops. But yeah, there really is a limited selection of IPs. Either way, I'm definitely reading up on this User Agent stuff.
I wasn't even aware it had one. I might have to try this out myself
Yup! I've been meaning to post about it here at NC but assumed that everyone might have already heard of it and I didn't want to make a fool of myself, but there weren't any past topics on it, so I figured I'd just toss it out there. Maybe it's just wishful thinking, but with Neopets' leniency towards multiple IP loggins for accounts, I would think Opera's built-in VPN service is a safe bet since a LOT of people use Opera and utilize the service since it's just a quick click of a button, so the IPs are probably familiar to Neopets. Of course, that doesn't mean not to be extra careful when interacting between accounts, because that could just as well be a red flag. But if done right... *shrug*
Edited by neonerd22, 28 March 2017 - 04:40 PM.