VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is in simple terms a proxy set up on a remote hosting server and if you connect to it, all your Internet traffic will go through it. This way if you open an internet site, the IP address that shall be accessing the internet site shall be the one of the hosting server and not your own. This service enables you to open websites, download files or access online services that are restricted only to selected counties assuming that the server your connection goes through is located in one of those countries. Using a Virtual private network will also boost your online security since you will not be revealing your actual Ip and location when you access any content online. While there are organizations that provide only Virtual private network services, we have decided to include Virtual private network access to all hosting packages we offer and at no additional charge, so you could use the service for free if you already host your websites on our hosting servers.
VPN Traffic in Shared Hosting
If you have a shared hosting
account, for instance, you will find a VPN section in the Hepsia Cp which is used to take care of all shared accounts. You'll find all of the info you need there - server hostname, login details and a list of the hosting machine locations which you could use. We keep expanding the latter constantly, so with several clicks you can access any online content from any location around the globe - the United States, Canada, the Netherlands, etc. With this free service you'll be able to use an encrypted connection to access social networks which are restricted in your country or streaming services that allow access only from certain countries and your actual location shall never be revealed simply because you are not accessing anything directly. The filter that you shall find in the VPN section of Hepsia shall allow you to boost your browsing speed and to reduce the generated traffic by blocking any unwelcome content like large images and adverts.
VPN Traffic in VPS Servers
We offer the VPN access service with all VPS plans
which are obtained with our Hepsia Cp and you can take advantage of it the minute your machine has been installed. The login settings are available in the Virtual private network section together with all servers which you'll be able to use to connect - in the USA, Canada, the Netherlands and so forth. We keep adding locations in order to provide you with a choice where the connection shall go through and to enable you to access more services which are restricted to particular countries or ones that you aren't permitted to open from your home country. The Virtual private network filter, which you can activate or turn off at any time, will block advertisements and large graphics so as to save you traffic and to improve your browsing speed. When you use this service, the connection between our servers and your personal computer or phone is going to be encrypted, so a third-party can't see what you access or where you actually access it from.
VPN Traffic in Dedicated Servers
The free Virtual private network access is offered with all Linux dedicated servers
that are ordered with our Hepsia Control Panel and the set up is a breeze. The necessary information that you need to enter in the Virtual private network client on your end will be listed in the related section of Hepsia alongside several servers that you can use as access points to hide your physical location and browse any content that's restricted - either by your home country or by the service provider. New server locations are added constantly to provide you with more options and a wider choice of the online content which you'll be able to access through them, so with a couple of clicks your Internet traffic can be routed through the United States, the Netherlands or any other country in which we've got access points. You'll be able to save some traffic and boost your browsing speed by blocking adverts and compressing images on the websites with the Virtual private network filter tool, that you will also find within Hepsia.