My ISP blocks many different websites. To bypass this I use a VPN service. The VPN service works perfectly on other Linux distributions that I have tried like Ubuntu and openSUSE however it does not bypass content blocking on Fedora.
It's quite baffling since on Fedora it connects successfully and it changes my location as well. I have tested this by looking up my IP address before and after connecting to the VPN server as well as opening up google's home page to see the country's name showing up in the bottom left corner of the page changing. Despite connecting to a different country my local ISP's content blocking is still present on Fedora. I emphasize again that this only happens using Fedora. I need to add that I have tested the other Linux distributions on the exact same machine as Fedora and on the exact same Internet connection. So the conditions are the same and the problem has nothing to do with my laptop or router.
The only thing I can think of is that Fedora has a peculiar network or firewall configuration by default but I don't know how to find out where exactly the problem is originating from.