VPN Traffic in Cloud Website Hosting
The Virtual private network access is available by default irrespective of the cloud website hosting package you sign up for and you shall locate the settings, the login credentials and a list of our hosting servers within the VPN section of your Hepsia hosting Cp. With just a few clicks you can access any content that's blocked in your country or which is restricted only to a specific country as we have hosting servers that you can use all over the world. This way you shall have the freedom to access social networks or online streaming services no matter what since it shall seem that you are in Europe, in North America or any other place that you see within your Control Panel as we keep adding hosting servers constantly. The Virtual private network filter tool, which you could activate whenever you want, will block all unwelcome content like adverts or massive images, which means less traffic and quicker loading speeds for the content that you wish to access.
VPN Traffic in Semi-dedicated Hosting
If you host your sites inside a semi-dedicated hosting account from our company, you'll find a VPN section within your Hepsia hosting Control Panel and all of the info that you require will be listed there. Including the hostname and the login credentials whichyou need as well as a complete list of the hosting machines which we have and their locations. You can use any of them and we keep adding new ones in order to give you the chance to access any content which is restricted to particular countries or is blocked for whatever reason within your country. With just a few mouse clicks your connection can go through the Netherlands, the U.S. or any of the other locations we provide. We also have a filter which can improve your connection by blocking ads and other large content that could generate an excessive amount of traffic. The connection to our Virtual private network servers is encrypted, so no one can discover what you browse or where you're physically located.
VPN Traffic in VPS
You can use the Virtual private network access service with each of our Linux VPS if you opt for Hepsia as the hosting Control Panel. As soon as the Virtual private server is set up and you log in, you'll find the host and login details which you should use inside the VPN client on your end and you can start browsing content material that you can't access otherwise right away. We have many servers around the world, so you can effortlessly make it appear as if you are in the Netherlands, the US, Canada, etcetera. In this way you'll be able to access internet sites which your home country is blocking or services which are available just in several countries and you will not need to pay anything more than the standard VPS monthly fee. The filter that you can enable from the VPN section of Hepsia could come in handy in case you want to browse a lot of sites since it'll compress the pictures on them and will block any advertisements, which will speed up your access and will spare you the additional traffic.
VPN Traffic in Dedicated Hosting
The VPN access comes with all Linux dedicated servers hosting packages set up with the state-of-the-art Hepsia Cp and once your machine is set up and you log in, you willfind a section committed to this service where you could see the login details which you need so as to be able to connect to our Virtual private network system. This includes not only the username and the password, but also a list of servers around the globe that you could employ as an access point and make it look as if you're in Europe, North America, and so on. As all your Internet traffic shall pass through the server you have selected, we've also included a special filter in Hepsia, that you could activate in case you wish to block ad banners and compress the other pictures on the sites you visit. That way you will enjoy quicker loading speeds and will save some traffic. Our VPN service will allow you to use any online content regardless of if it's available just in selected countries or if your local Internet provider blocks it for whatever reason.