Watch US Netflix in Canada - http://www.dnsproxy.co.uk
When you've paid your subscription it can be a bit disappointing to discover that the Candian version of Netflix is nowhere near as good as the US one. Fortunately if you have a valid subscription you can switch the version you receive quite easily, this video shows you how to watch US Netflix in Canada or any other place.
The reason this works is that your Netflix account is actually a global one, without any real restrictions. However the site you are allowed access to is based on your actual location. So my Netflix account is a UK one when I'm in Britain, a Canadian one when I'm in Montreal and so on.
What happens is that when you connect to the site, Netflix looks up your location using your IP address. It then redirects you to the corresponding site, which would be fine except some versions of Netflix are way better than others.
In the video you can see security software called Identity Cloaker being used to hide the real IP address and supply a fake one instead. This allows you to choose which version of Netflix that you want to watch. Many people choose the US one simply because it has many times more content than the other versions but you can switch whenever you like.
What is happening is instead of connecting directly to the Netflix site, then the connection is routed through a proxy server. By choosing which server you are connecting to then, you can bypass country restrictions at will and watch whatever you like irrespective of location. For example choose a British proxy and watch the BBC iPlayer from Canada or the USA.
It works on most of the devices you use for watching online media and you can modify settings on your router to allow access to things like Smart TVs with a network connection.
Netflix Official site (will redirect) https://www.netflix.com/
Demonstration of Smart DNS - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Uy_8aTiBUU
Definition of IP Address - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IP_address
Proxy/ARP Guide - http://www.tcpipguide.com/free/t_ProxyARP-2.htm
BBC Canada - http://www.bbccanada.com/