VPN Traffic in Web Hosting
The Virtual private network access is available as standard regardless of the web hosting service you sign up for and you will locate the settings, the login credentials and a list of our hosting machines within the Virtual private network section of your Hepsia hosting Control Panel. With several clicks you can access any content which is blocked in your country or that is restricted only to a particular country as we have servers that you'll be able to use all over the world. That way you'll have the freedom to access social networks or online streaming services no matter what since it will appear that you're in Europe, in North America or any other area you see inside your Cp as we keep adding hosting machines all the time. The VPN filter tool, which you could enable at any time, will block all unwelcome content such as advertisements or huge images, which means less traffic and swifter loading speeds for the content which you want to access.
VPN Traffic in Dedicated Hosting
If you get one of our Linux dedicated hosting and you choose Hepsia as the hosting Control Panel, you'll be able to start using our Virtual private network service with just a few mouse clicks. Inside the section devoted to this feature you will find all access points which we offer around the world in addition to the login credentials which you ought to use as to establish the connection between your Virtual private network client and our system. With this service your whole Internet traffic will be routed through our servers, therefore when you access any content online, it will appear as if you're in the same country as the server. This way you could access services that are available only in selected countries or you can go around any restrictions enforced by your own country on social networks, video portals, and so on. We also provide a filter tool, which can block banners and compress standard pictures on the internet sites which you visit in order to enable you to browse those sites faster and without creating too much traffic from content you don't need.