What precisely is VPN? Why would you want to take advantage of the free VPN access service part of your web hosting account? How do you create a VPN connection?
VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is basically a proxy set up on a remote server and in case you connect to it, all of your Internet traffic will go through it. This way if you open a site, the IP address that will be accessing the internet site shall be the one of the hosting server and not your own. This service enables you to open internet sites, download files or access online services which are restricted only to selected counties as long as the hosting server which your connection goes through is situated in one of these countries. Using a Virtual private network will also build up your online security since you won't be revealing your actual IP address and location when you access any content on the internet. While there are companies that deliver only VPN services, we've made a decision to include Virtual private network access to all web 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 sites on our hosting servers.
VPN Traffic in Shared Web Hosting
You can find the VPN settings which you need to use in your client in the Hepsia Cp, which is provided with all of our shared web hosting packages. In the same section you can also see all hosting machines we have all over the world, so you could choose the one you need and whenever you access any online content, it will appear as if you're in the U.S., Canada, Europe, etc. We keep adding servers from different locations on a regular basis to provide you with as much freedom to surf online content as feasible. For your convenience, we've also included a Virtual private network filter, which blocks advertisements and other visuals. This will allow you to load sites much quicker without spending traffic on content which you don't need. With our VPN service you can easily access social networks, streaming services, blogs and any other content material that might not be accessible within your country or is blocked by your Internet provider for whatever reason.