Hello, I just activated Neurorouting, and there is indeed something disturbing. The IP indicated on top of the VPN Manager is either Amsterdam2, or Frankfurt1, whatever the site I browse. example: I browse on iplocation.net: IP detected by this site: 37.187.x.x but the VPN manager indicates "your IP is 178.x.x, frankfurt1.perfect-privacy.com". Neurorouting is in fact working as intended, but the top of the VPN Manager gives false indications. This is because I think the VPN Manager uses PP Ip-Check sites for checking IP, which are located either in Amsterdam or in Frankfurt. So when using Neurorouting, do not trust the address indicated on the top of the VPN Manager. It will always be an Amsterdam or Frankfurt IP, and this is just indicating that Neurorouting has been activated. It is not intended (in case of NR usage) to show you the "IP you are using" because in that case this notion has no more sense. When using NR, it is impossible to define "which IP is yours" as this IP depends on the location of the site used to check it. @PPDaniel: Something in NeuroRouting remains mysterious for me. When browsing on a site, NR makes I use the PP server closest to this site, OK. But then, what happens when this site is on different servers in different countries (such as PP IP-Checck site)? When (in using NR) I browse on Google.com, which has IP in virtually every country, why does NR select a german PP server (*) to access to it? (*) I suppose a german PP server is used because google.com is displayed in German.