VPN, which refers to Virtual Private Network, is a way of connecting to a remote hosting server and accessing online content through it instead of doing it directly. Basically, the server acts as a proxy, so assuming that you have a Virtual private network client on your computer or mobile device and you type in the necessary login info to be able to connect to the server, you will be able to browse sites or download files that you may not be able to access at all directly. Some sites and online services, for example, are available exclusively in particular countries, therefore in the event that you are not able to access them, you could use a VPN, or a hosting machine, that is located inside that country. That way it'll seem like you're accessing the service/website from the country and you may bypass the restrictions. There are companies which offer VPNs as a separate service, but we have chosen to offer the service with our internet hosting plans, so if you host your sites on our servers, you'll be able to take advantage of the VPN access which we provide 100 % free.
VPN Traffic in Shared Web Hosting
You can find the VPN settings that you need to use in your client inside the Hepsia Control Panel, which is provided with all our shared web hosting plans. Within the very same section you'll be able to also see all servers we have worldwide, so you can pick the one you need and any time you access any online content, it'll appear as if you're in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and so forth. We keep adding servers from different locations on a regular basis to give you as much freedom to browse online content as feasible. For your convenience, we have also added a VPN filter, which blocks ads and other visuals. This shall allow you to load internet sites much quicker without spending traffic on content which you don't need. Through our Virtual private network service you'll be able to easily access social networks, streaming services, blogs and any other content material which may not be accessible inside your country or is blocked by your Internet provider for whatever reason.