VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is in simple terms a proxy set up on a remote hosting server and when you connect to it, all your Internet traffic will go through it. In this way if you open a website, the IP address that shall be accessing the site shall be the one of the hosting server and not your own. This service enables you to open sites, download files or access online services which are restricted exclusively to certain counties assuming that the hosting machine that your connection goes through is located in one of these countries. Using a Virtual private network will also increase your online security since you won't be revealing your actual Ip and location when you access any content on the internet. Although there are firms which deliver only Virtual private network services, we've made a decision to include Virtual private network access to all web hosting packages which we offer and at no additional charge, so you'll be able to use the service absolutely free if you already host your sites on our servers.
VPN Traffic in Dedicated Servers
The free Virtual private network access is provided with all Linux dedicated servers which are ordered with our Hepsia Cp and the set up is very easy. The required info that you need to enter in the Virtual private network client on your end will be listed in the corresponding section of Hepsia along with multiple servers which you could use as access points to hide your physical location and browse any content which is restricted - either by your home country or by the service provider. New server locations are added constantly so as to provide you with more options and a bigger choice of the online content which you can access through them, so with a couple of clicks your Internet traffic can be routed through the USA, the Netherlands or any other country in which we've got access points. You could save some traffic and improve your browsing speed by blocking advertisements and compressing images on the websites with the VPN filter tool, that you'll also find in Hepsia.