VPN Traffic in Cloud Website Hosting
You'll find the Virtual private network settings that you must use in your client within the Hepsia Control Panel, which is provided with all our cloud website hosting packages. Inside the same section you can also see all hosting servers which we have around the globe, so you could pick the one which you need and any time you access any online content, it'll look as if you're in the United States, Canada, Europe, and so forth. We keep including servers from different locations constantly to give you as much freedom to browse online content as feasible. For your convenience, we have also included a VPN filter, which blocks ads and other graphics. This shall enable you to load internet sites considerably faster without spending traffic on content that you do not need. Through our Virtual private network service you could easily access social networks, streaming services, blogs and any other content which may not be accessible within your country or is blocked by your Internet provider for any reason.
VPN Traffic in Semi-dedicated Servers
You can use the VPN access service with all of our semi-dedicated server accounts and the login information that you have to type in in the client on your computer will be listed inside the Virtual private network section of your Cp. That is also the place where you could find all locations where we have servers, so you could quickly connect to a machine in North America or Europe, for example, and whenever you access a website, it shall appear that you're inside the country where the server is. The connection to the Virtual private network servers is encrypted all the time, so your real physical location or what you watch or download online shall be concealed from any third-party. This shall enable you to use any service that is limited to certain countries or to access any content material that may be restricted in your own country, including certain social networks, blogs, community forums or video and audio sharing portals.
VPN Traffic in VPS Servers
All Linux VPS plans that are set up with our sophisticated in-house built Hepsia Control Panel offer VPN access at no additional charge on top of the monthly Virtual private server fee and you can find everything you'll need to use this service inside the Virtual private server section of your account. This includes the hostname and the login information for the VPN client on your end and the locations of all servers which we have as to allow you to choose the most suitable one based on what and where you wish to access. The connection shall consistently be encrypted, consequently you'll not need to worry that somebody could see what websites you visit or where you actually live. The Virtual private network filter, which you could switch on via Hepsia, will filter adverts and will compress pictures so as to save you traffic and to raise your browsing speed. With this free service, you can use any online service no matter if it is blocked inside your home country or if the access to it is restricted just to selected countries.
VPN Traffic in Dedicated Servers
The VPN access is included with all Linux dedicated servers set up with the state-of-the-art Hepsia Cp and once your server is ready and you log in, you'llfind a section committed to this service where you can see the login details which you need so as to be able to connect to our VPN system. This includes not only the username and the password, but also a long list of servers all over the world which you could use as an access point and make it look as if you are in Europe, North America, etcetera. As your entire Internet traffic will go through the server you've picked, we've also added a special filter in Hepsia, which you'll be able to activate if you wish to block advertisement banners and compress the other pictures on the sites which you visit. That way you shall enjoy faster loading speeds and will save some traffic. Our VPN service shall permit you to use any online content regardless of if it is available only in selected countries or if your local Internet provider blocks it for some reasons.