My Netflix service stopped working. For years visitors commented "you have US Netflix?!" and I said "No, not that I know of."
Turns out that I did and didn't even know it! Now Netflix is blocking me, and after a long while I finally figured out that it was because of my IPv6 tunnel. The thing is though, I am in Canada, and I use the tunnel server in Toronto, also in Canada, but Netflix detects my connections as coming from the US!
They (not very helpfully) say they can't do anything about it, and I must get my service provider to "fix" it. Well of course this problem only affects traffic coming over the IPv6 tunnel. If I shut it down, then Netflix works fine over native IPv4. I obviously still want my IPv6 connectivity, and don't have any easy way that I know of to specifically block only Netflix-related traffic from resolving IPv6 addresses and using the tunnel.
So, Tunnelbroker gurus, can you "fix" the tunnel server in Toronto to actually show up as being in Canada?