VPN Traffic in Hosting
You'll find the Virtual private network settings that you must use in your client in the Hepsia Control Panel, which comes with all of our hosting packages. Within the same section you can also see all hosting machines we have all over the world, so you could choose the one which you need and any time you access any online content, it shall appear as if you are in the United States, Canada, Europe, and so on. We keep including hosting servers from different locations constantly to offer you as much freedom to browse online content as possible. For your convenience, we have also included a Virtual private network filter, which blocks adverts and other graphics. This will enable you to load internet sites faster 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 content material which might not be accessible inside your country or is blocked by your Internet provider for any reason.
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 info that you need to enter in the client on your computer will be listed within the VPN area of your Control Panel. This is also the place where you can find all locations where we have hosting servers, so you could very easily connect to a machine in North America or Europe, for example, and whenever you access an internet site, it shall appear that you are within the country where the hosting server is. The connection to the Virtual private network servers is encrypted constantly, so your real physical location or what you view or download online will be hidden from any third-party. This will permit you to use any service that's limited to particular countries or to access any content which could be restricted inside your own country, such as certain social networks, blogs, community forums or video and audio sharing portals.
VPN Traffic in VPS Servers
You can use the VPN access service with any one of our VPS servers if you choose Hepsia as the hosting Cp. After the Virtual private server is set up and you log in, you will find the host and login details that you have to use inside the VPN client on your end and you could start browsing content material which you cannot access otherwise instantly. We have a number of servers around the world, so you may easily make it appear as if you're in the Netherlands, the United States, Canada, etc. This way you'll be able to access websites which your home country is blocking or services that are available just in a handful of countries and you'll not have to pay anything more than the standard VPS monthly fee. The filter which you can activate from the Virtual private network section of Hepsia could come in handy in case you wish to browse loads of internet sites because it will compress the images on them and will block any advertisements, which shall speed up your access and will spare you the additional traffic.
VPN Traffic in Dedicated Servers
The VPN access is included with all dedicated servers set up with the state-of-the-art Hepsia Control panel and when your hosting server is ready and you log in, you'lllocate a section committed to this service where you could see the login details which you need as to be able to connect to our VPN system. This includes not simply the username and the password, but also a list of servers worldwide which you could use as an access point and make it look as if you are in Europe, North America, etc. As all of your Internet traffic shall pass through the server you have picked, we've also added a special filter in Hepsia, which you'll be able to enable in case you wish to block advert banners and compress the other images on the websites you visit. This way you shall enjoy faster loading speeds and will save some traffic. Our VPN service will permit you to use any online content irrespective of if it's available exclusively in selected countries or if your local Internet provider blocks it for whatever reason.