VPN Traffic in Semi-dedicated Servers
If you host your sites within a semi-dedicated server account from our company, you shall discover a VPN section in your Hepsia hosting Cp and all of the info which you require will be listed there. Including the hostname and the login credentials thatyou require plus a complete list of the hosting servers which we have and their locations. You could use any of them and we keep adding new ones in order to give you the opportunity to access any content that's restricted to particular countries or is blocked for whatever reason within your country. With only a few mouse clicks your connection could go through the Netherlands, the USA or any of the other locations that we offer. We also have a filter which can easily boost your connection by blocking advertisements and other large content which could produce an excessive amount of traffic. The connection to our VPN servers is encrypted, thus nobody can uncover what you browse or where you're physically located.
VPN Traffic in Dedicated Servers
If you obtain one of our dedicated servers and you choose Hepsia as the hosting Control Panel, you'll be able to start using our VPN service with just a few mouse clicks. Within the section devoted to this feature you'll locate all access points that we offer worldwide in addition to the login credentials which you need to use so as to establish the connection between your Virtual private network client and our system. With this service your entire Internet traffic is going to be routed through our machines, thus when you access any content online, it'll appear as if you are in the same country as the server. In this way you could access services which are available just in particular countries or you could bypass any restrictions imposed by your own country on social networks, video portals, and so on. We also supply a filter tool, that can block banners and compress standard pictures on the sites that you visit so as to enable you to browse those internet sites more quickly and without creating too much traffic from content you do not need.