VPN, which is short for Virtual Private Network, is a means of connecting to a remote server and accessing online content through it as an alternative to doing it directly. In essence, the hosting server acts as a proxy, so as long as you have a VPN client on your computer or smartphone and you input the required login information to be able to connect to the server, you can browse internet sites or download files that you might not be able to access at all directly. Some sites and online services, for example, are available only in specific countries, therefore if you are not able to access them, you could use a VPN, or a hosting server, that's situated in that country. In this way it shall appear as if you're accessing the service/website from the country and you may bypass the restrictions. There are businesses that offer VPNs as an individual service, but we've decided to offer the service with our internet hosting plans, thus if you host your sites on our machines, you can leverage the VPN access that we provide totally free.

VPN Traffic in Shared Hosting

The VPN access is available as standard irrespective of the shared hosting package you sign up for and you shall discover the settings, the login credentials and a list of our hosting machines inside the VPN section of your Hepsia hosting Control Panel. With only a couple of clicks you'll be able to access any content that is blocked within your country or which is restricted only to a particular country as we have hosting servers which you could use all over the world. That way you'll have the freedom to access social networks or online streaming services no matter what because it will seem that you are in Europe, in North America or any other place that you see inside your Control Panel as we keep adding hosting servers constantly. The VPN filter tool, which you could enable at any time, will block all unwelcome content such as ads or massive images, which means less traffic and faster loading speeds for the content that you would like to view.

VPN Traffic in Semi-dedicated Hosting

All of our Linux semi-dedicated hosting packages come with the Virtual private network access service, so if you wish to use it, you can enable it from the VPN section of the Hepsia Control Panel that is included with all accounts. The list of all our servers and the login credentials which you have to use in the VPN client are available within the same section so with several clicks you can hide your physical location and make it seem like you're in Canada, the Netherlands or any one of the locations where we have VPN servers. This is an excellent way to access websites which are blocked inside your country or to access services restricted to specific countries without using public proxies. Your location or what you do online will not be visible since the connection between your computer and our system will be encrypted all of the time. If you need quicker access speed, you can enable our VPN filter and block ad banners and any other content that may consume your traffic or slow your connection.

VPN Traffic in Dedicated Hosting

The VPN access is included with all Linux dedicated servers hosting packages set up with the innovative Hepsia Cp and as soon as your hosting server is set up and you log in, you'llfind a section committed to this service where you can find the login details that you need in order to be able to connect to our VPN system. This includes not simply the username and the password, but also a long list of servers all over the world that you could use as an access point and make it look as if you're in Europe, North America, etc. As all of your Internet traffic will pass through the server you have selected, we've also added a special filter in Hepsia, that you can enable in case you want to block ad banners and compress the other images on the websites you visit. In this way you will enjoy quicker loading speeds and will save some traffic. Our Virtual private network service shall allow you to use any online content no matter if it is available only in selected countries or if your local Internet provider blocks it for some reasons.