VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is essentially a proxy set up on a remote server and if you connect to it, all your Internet traffic will go through it. This way if you open a website, the IP address that shall be accessing the website will be the one of the hosting server and not your own. This service allows you to open websites, download files or access online services that are restricted just to certain counties given that the hosting machine that your connection goes through is positioned in one of those countries. Using a Virtual private network shall also build up your online security because you won't be revealing your actual IP address and location when you access any content on the web. While there are organizations that offer only VPN services, we've made a decision to include Virtual private network access to all hosting packages that 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 servers.

VPN Traffic in Shared Web Hosting

If you have a shared web hosting account, for example, you shall discover a Virtual private network section inside the Hepsia Control Panel that's used to manage all shared accounts. You will find all the info which you need there - server hostname, login details and a list of the server locations which you may use. We keep expanding the latter everyday, so with a couple of mouse clicks you can access any online content from any location worldwide - the United States, Canada, the Netherlands, etc. With this free service you are able to use an encrypted connection to access social networks which are restricted in your country or streaming services which permit access only from specific countries and your real location shall never be revealed as you are not accessing anything directly. The filter which you'll find within the Virtual private network section of Hepsia shall enable you to increase your browsing speed and to limit the generated traffic by blocking any undesirable content such as large images and advertisements.

VPN Traffic in Semi-dedicated Servers

All our semi-dedicated servers come with the VPN access service, thus if you wish to use it, you can activete it through the Virtual private network section of the Hepsia Cp that comes with all accounts. The list of all our hosting servers and the login credentials which you should use in the VPN client are available in the same section so with a number of mouse clicks you'll be able to hide your physical location and make it seem like you are in Canada, the Netherlands or each of the locations where we have Virtual private network servers. This is an excellent way to access internet sites that are blocked in your country or to access services restricted to particular countries without using public proxies. Your location or what you do online shall 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 can enable our Virtual private network filter and block advertisement banners and any other content which may eat up your traffic or slow down your connection.

VPN Traffic in Dedicated Servers

The free VPN access is offered with all Linux dedicated servers which are ordered with our Hepsia Cp and the set up is a piece of cake. The necessary info which you need to enter in the VPN client on your end will be listed in the corresponding section of Hepsia alongside a number of servers that you can use as access points to hide your physical location and browse any content material that is restricted - either by your home country or by the service provider. New server locations are added constantly in order to give you more options and a larger choice of the online content that you can access through them, so with a couple of clicks your Internet traffic could be routed through the USA, the Netherlands or any other country where we have access points. You can save some traffic and boost your browsing speed by blocking advertisements and compressing images on the sites with the Virtual private network filter tool, which you'll also find in Hepsia.