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I tried: new circuit, new identity, set "ExitNodes {US}" and restart tor

my ip address always remains the same.

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  • How are you checking your IP address?
    – Mark
    Oct 15 at 22:07
  • There is a site that still saying that my ip is banned, and the ip shown is always the same Oct 15 at 22:36
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All you've missed is StrictNodes 1 option - it tells Tor that it has to enforce the nodes to be on your ExitNodes list. New identity helps to circle through them

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    No, StrictNodes does nothing when it comes to ExitNodes 2019.www.torproject.org/docs/tor-manual.html.en#StrictNodes Oct 16 at 16:06
  • I've just tried it myself again - and it gives US only nodes with both ExitNodes and StrictNodes. I used to meet this odd behavior from time to time, but - yes, without it ExitNodes can be missing an exit country much more times than a GeoIP bias, even with a paid GeoIP database - it gives a way more precise work, by the way
    – Alexey Vesnin
    Oct 16 at 16:47

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