VPN Traffic in Cloud Hosting
If you have a cloud hosting account, for instance, you'll discover a Virtual private network section inside the Hepsia Cp which is used to deal with all shared accounts. You will find all of the info you need there - server hostname, login details and a list of the server locations that you could use. We keep expanding the latter constantly, so with a couple of clicks you could access any online content from any location around the globe - the United States, Canada, the Netherlands, and so on. With this free service you'll be able to use an encrypted connection to access social networks which are restricted within your country or streaming services that enable access only from selected countries and your authentic location will never be disclosed because you aren't accessing anything directly. The filter which you will find inside the Virtual private network section of Hepsia will allow you to boost your browsing speed and to reduce the generated traffic by blocking any unwanted content including large images and advertisements.
VPN Traffic in Semi-dedicated Servers
You can use the Virtual private network access service with all of our semi-dedicated server accounts and the login details that you should enter in the client on your computer shall be listed inside the Virtual private network section of your Control Panel. This is also the place where you can find all locations where we have hosting servers, so you can easily connect to a machine in North America or Europe, for instance, and any time you access a site, it'll appear that you're inside the country where the hosting machine is. The connection to the VPN servers is encrypted constantly, so your real physical location or what you look at or download online shall be concealed from any third-party. This shall allow you to use any service that's restricted to specific countries or to access any content material that could be restricted within your own country, including certain social networks, blogs, discussion boards or video and audio sharing portals.
VPN Traffic in VPS Servers
The Virtual private network service is available by default with all Linux VPS servers which are installed with the Hepsia Control Panel. The section dedicated to this feature will give you the information that you ought to enter in your VPN client in order to be able to connect with one of the servers that we have around the globe and as a bonus, you'll be able to leverage the VPN filter, which will boost your browsing speed by compressing images and blocking undesired ads. We keep increasing the list of servers continuously, so you may pick one which will match your needs best and with just a few mouse clicks you can mask your real location and appear as if you are in New York or Amsterdam. This service shallprovide you with the freedom to access any online content including streaming services that are available only in certain countries or social networks that are blocked for one reason or another inside your own country.
VPN Traffic in Dedicated Servers
You can use the VPN access service with our Linux dedicated service if you select Hepsia for the hosting Cp on the order page and the instant you log in and go to the related section, you will find the hostname, username and password you have to use inside your Virtual private network client so as to connect to our system. We have multiple servers all over the world, which you can use and all your traffic shall be routed through them - Canada, the Netherlands, the US, etcetera. As we try to provide you a better service continuously, we keep adding servers to the list. This way you can easily appear as if you are actually within one of these countries, thus you won't have any problems to open an internet site or access a service, which is not allowed within your country or is restricted to chosen countries throughout the world. To spare you some traffic and to increase your browsing speed, we have also included a special filter which you can easily activate through Hepsia to block all ads and compress images on the sites you visit.