VPN Traffic in Cloud Hosting
If you have a cloud hosting account, for example, you shall discover a VPN section within the Hepsia Control Panel that is used to deal with all shared accounts. You'll find all of the info you need there - server hostname, login details and a list of the server locations that you'll be able to use. We keep expanding the latter constantly, so with a couple of mouse clicks you'll be able to access any online content from any location around the world - the United States, Canada, the Netherlands, etc. With this free service you can use an encrypted connection to access social networks that are restricted in your country or streaming services which permit access only from selected countries and your true location shall never be revealed as you aren't accessing anything directly. The filter which you'll find in the VPN section of Hepsia shall allow you to boost your browsing speed and to decrease the generated traffic by blocking any undesirable content such as large images and adverts.
VPN Traffic in Semi-dedicated Servers
You can use the Virtual private network access service with all our semi-dedicated server accounts and the login details that you have to enter in the client on your computer shall be listed in the VPN section of your Control Panel. That is also the place where you could find all locations where we have hosting machines, so you can easily connect to a machine in North America or Europe, for example, and every time you access a website, it'll appear that you are inside the country where the hosting server is. The connection to the VPN servers is encrypted at all times, so your true physical location or what you view or download online will be concealed from any third-party. This will permit you to use any service which is restricted to certain countries or to access any content material that could be restricted inside your own country, including certain social networks, blogs, community forums or video and audio sharing portals.
VPN Traffic in VPS Servers
All Linux VPS service that are set up with our innovative in-house built Hepsia Cp come with Virtual private network access at no additional charge on top of the monthly VPS fee and you could find everything you need to use this service within the Virtual private server section of your account. This includes the hostname and the login information for the VPN client on your end and the locations of all servers that we have in order to enable you to choose the most suitable one based upon what and where you want to access. The connection will constantly be encrypted, therefore you won't need to be concerned that another person could see what sites you visit or where you really live. The VPN filter, that you may switch on through Hepsia, will filter advertisements and shall compress pictures so as to save you traffic and to enhance your browsing speed. With this free service, you could use any online service regardless if it's blocked within your home country or if the access to it is restricted just to selected countries.
VPN Traffic in Dedicated Servers
If you acquire one of our Linux dedicated servers and you pick Hepsia as the hosting Cp, you'll be able to start using our Virtual private network service with only a few mouse clicks. In the section devoted to this feature you'll discover all access points that we provide across the world plus the login credentials that you need to use in order to establish the connection between your VPN client and our system. With this service your entire Internet traffic shall be routed through our machines, so when you access any content online, it shall appear as if you're in the same country as the server. That way you can access services which are available just in selected countries or you can bypass any restrictions enforced by your own country on social networks, video portals, and so on. We also provide a filter tool, which can block ads and compress standard pics on the internet sites which you visit in order to enable you to browse those internet sites more quickly and without producing too much traffic from content material you do not need.