Carton Network is synonymous with great entertainment for kids and the Carton Network website has lots of great content available for streaming. The only problem is that content in only available when viewing from the US. If you are located abroad the US you need to use the following trick to gain access to the content.

The evidence is pretty clear when visiting the Carton Network website from outside the US, as you will be greeted by the following message Cartoon Network “Videos are only available in the United States. Sorry”. Via your computers IP address the Carton Network has been able to detect your location and that is why you are seeing this message.

Get an American IP Address and Watch the Carton Network From Anywhere

So all you need in order to watch the Carton Network from where ever you want is an American IP address. You achieve this by connection to a Virtual Private Network or VPN and that way your current IP address will be exchanged with an American IP as long as you are connected to the network. This might sound a bit techy, but trust me it is dead easy to setup.

First of all you need to create an account with a VPN provider. I personally use Unlocator as they offer a great service at a low price. Once you have signed up for an account with them you install their application for either PC, Mac or Linux. From then on simply fire up the application and select a server in the US from the list and click connect. A couple of seconds later you will see a green indicator showing that you are now connected and your current IP is now American.

use vpn to watch cartoon network outside the usThat is all there is to it and you can now revisit the Carton Network and start watching all the content you like – no matter where in the world you are.

As you can imagine this trick is great for expats, travellers or people living permanently outside the US. On top of access to US only content you data connection will also become encrypted when connected to the VPN. This results in a much more secure online experience as hackers and the like can no longer compromise the data your computer sends and receive.

Anyhow I hope you can use the trick and will enjoy the Carton Network content.


My name is Bradley Andrews. I'm a strong believer in online freedom and unrestricted Internet access. I write about VPN, privacy and website unblocking.

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