VPN Traffic in Shared Website Hosting
If you have a shared website hosting account, for example, you'll discover a VPN section in the Hepsia Control Panel that's used to take care of all shared accounts. You shall find all of the info which you need there - server hostname, login details and a list of the hosting server locations which you can use. We keep expanding the latter constantly, so with a few mouse clicks you can access any online content from any location worldwide - the United States, Canada, the Netherlands, etc. With this free service you are able to use an encrypted connection to access social networks which are restricted in your country or streaming services that allow access only from certain countries and your real location shall never be disclosed since you are not accessing anything directly. The filter that you'll find within the Virtual private network section of Hepsia shall allow you to boost your browsing speed and to reduce the generated traffic by blocking any unwanted content like large images and adverts.
VPN Traffic in Dedicated Servers
The VPN access is included with all dedicated web hosting plans set up with the innovative Hepsia Cp and as soon as your server is ready and you log in, you shallfind a section devoted to this service in which you could see the login details which you need in order to be able to connect to our Virtual private network system. This includes not simply the username and the password, but also a list of servers worldwide which you'll be able to employ as an access point and make it look as if you are in Europe, North America, and so on. As all your Internet traffic will pass through the server you have chosen, we've also included a special filter in Hepsia, which you'll be able to enable if you wish to block advert banners and compress the other pictures on the websites you visit. This way you'll enjoy swifter loading speeds and will save some traffic. Our VPN service will allow you to use any online content no matter if it is available just in selected countries or if your local Internet provider blocks it for some reasons.