VPN, which stands for Virtual Private Network, is a way of connecting to a remote hosting server and being able to view online content via it rather than doing it directly. In essence, the hosting machine acts as a proxy, so as long as you have a Virtual private network client on your computer or smartphone and you input the needed login information to be able to connect to the server, you can browse internet sites or download files which you might not be able to access at all directly. Some internet sites and online services, for example, are available only in particular countries, thus if you aren't able to access them, you can use a VPN, or a hosting server, that is located within that country. This way it'll appear like you're accessing the service/website from the country and you can get around the restrictions. There are companies that offer VPNs as a standalone service, but we have made a decision to offer the service with our hosting packages, thus if you host your internet sites on our web servers, you'll be able to take advantage of the VPN access that we provide totally free.
VPN Traffic in Shared Web Hosting
You will find the Virtual private network settings which you will need to use in your client within the Hepsia Control Panel, which is provided with all our shared web hosting packages. In the same section you'll be able to also see all servers that we have around the globe, so you can pick the one which you need and whenever you access any online content, it will appear as if you're in the USA, Canada, Europe, etc. We keep including hosting servers from different locations on a regular basis to give you as much freedom to browse online content as possible. For your convenience, we have also added a Virtual private network filter, which blocks adverts and other graphics. This shall permit you to load internet sites much quicker without spending traffic on content you don't need. Via our Virtual private network service you could easily access social networks, streaming services, blogs and any other content material that might not be available within your country or is blocked by your Internet provider for any reason.