VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is essentially a proxy set up on a remote server and if you connect to it, your entire Internet traffic will go through it. This way if you open a site, the IP address which will be accessing the internet site will be the one of the hosting machine and not your own. This service allows you to open internet sites, download files or access online services that are restricted just to certain counties as long as the server that your connection goes through is located in one of those countries. Using a Virtual private network will also raise your online security because you will not be revealing your actual IP address and location when you access any content on the internet. Though there are companies which provide only VPN services, we have chose to include Virtual private network access to all hosting packages we offer and at no additional charge, so you'll be able to use the service free of charge if you already host your websites on our servers.

VPN Traffic in Hosting

You'll find the Virtual private network settings which you must use in your client within the Hepsia Cp, which comes with all of our hosting packages. Within the same section you could also see all servers which we have all over the world, so you'll be able to choose the one you need and whenever you access any online content, it will look as if you are in the United States, Canada, Europe, etcetera. We keep including hosting machines from different locations all the time to give you as much freedom to browse online content as feasible. For your convenience, we've also added a Virtual private network filter, which blocks ads and other visuals. This shall enable you to load internet sites faster without spending traffic on content you don't need. Through our VPN service you'll be able to effortlessly access social networks, streaming services, blogs and any other content material which might not be available within your country or is blocked by your Internet provider for any reason.

VPN Traffic in Semi-dedicated Hosting

All our Linux semi-dedicated hosting come with the VPN access service, so if you wish to use it, you can enable it from the Virtual private network section of the Hepsia Control Panel which is included with all accounts. The list of all our hosting machines and the login credentials which you ought to use in the VPN client are available in the same section so with a few clicks you can hide your physical location and make it appear like you are in Canada, the Netherlands or any of the locations in which we have Virtual private network servers. That is a fantastic way to access websites which are blocked within your country or to access services restricted to certain countries without using public proxies. Your location or what you do online will not be visible because the connection between your computer and our system shall be encrypted all of the time. If you need quicker access speed, you could activate our Virtual private network filter and block ad banners and any other content that may eat up your traffic or slow your connection.

VPN Traffic in Dedicated Hosting

The VPN access comes with all Linux dedicated hosting set up with the advanced Hepsia Control panel and once your hosting server is ready and you log in, you willfind a section committed to this service where you can find the login details which you need so as to be able to connect to our Virtual private network system. This includes not just the username and the password, but also a long list of servers worldwide which you can employ as an access point and make it look as if you're in Europe, North America, and so forth. As all your Internet traffic will pass through the server you have selected, we've also added a special filter in Hepsia, which you can activate if you wish to block ad banners and compress the other images on the internet sites you visit. That way you shall enjoy quicker loading speeds and will save some traffic. Our VPN service will permit you to use any online content irrespective of if it is available only in selected countries or if your local Internet provider blocks it for whatever reason.