VPN, which is short for Virtual Private Network, is a means of connecting to a remote hosting machine and accessing online content through it as an alternative to doing it directly. Basically, the server acts as a proxy, so assuming that you have a VPN client on your personal computer or smartphone and you type in the needed login info to be able to connect to the hosting machine, you could browse sites or download files that you may not be able to access at all directly. Some websites and online services, for example, are available exclusively in certain countries, so in the event that you aren't able to access them, you could use a Virtual private network, or a hosting machine, that's located within that country. In this way it'll look like you are accessing the service/website from the country and you could get around the restrictions. There are firms that offer VPNs as an individual service, but we have chosen to offer the service with our hosting plans, so if you host your internet sites on our web servers, you'll be able to leverage the VPN access which we provide 100 % free.

VPN Traffic in Shared Hosting

You can find the Virtual private network settings which you must use in your client in the Hepsia Control Panel, which is included with all of our shared hosting plans. Inside the very same section you can also see all hosting machines that we have around the globe, so you'll be able to select the one which you need and whenever you access any online content, it'll appear as if you are in the USA, Canada, Europe, etc. We keep adding hosting machines from different locations on a regular basis to provide you with as much freedom to surf online content as possible. For your convenience, we have also added a VPN filter, which blocks ads and other visuals. This shall allow you to load sites much quicker without spending traffic on content which you don't need. Via our VPN service you'll be able to effortlessly access social networks, streaming services, blogs and any other information that might not be accessible in your country or is blocked by your Internet provider for whatever reason.

VPN Traffic in Semi-dedicated Servers

All of our semi-dedicated servers come with the Virtual private network access service, so if you would like to use it, you can activete it through the VPN section of the Hepsia Control Panel that comes with all accounts. The list of all our hosting servers and the login credentials you ought to use within the VPN client are available in the same section so with a number of clicks you can hide your physical location and make it look like you are in Canada, the Netherlands or each of the locations in which we have Virtual private network servers. That is a terrific way to access internet sites that are blocked in your country or to access services restricted to certain countries without using public proxies. Your location or what you do online will not be visible as the connection between your pc and our system will be encrypted at all times. If you need quicker access speed, you could enable our VPN filter and block ad banners and any other content which may consume your traffic or slow your connection.

VPN Traffic in VPS Servers

We offer the Virtual private network access service with all VPS servers which are ordered with our Hepsia Cp and you can take full advantage of it as soon as your machine has been set up. The login settings are available inside the Virtual private network area along with all servers that you could use to connect - in the USA, Canada, the Netherlands etc. We keep adding locations to provide you with a choice where the connection shall go through and to permit you to access more services that are restricted to certain countries or ones that you aren't allowed to open from your home country. The Virtual private network filter, which you could activate or turn off whenever you want, will block ads and large graphics as to save you traffic and to boost your browsing speed. When you use this service, the connection between our servers and your computer or phone is going to be encrypted, so a third-party can't see what you access or the location you actually access it from.