VPN, which is short for Virtual Private Network, is a means of connecting to a remote hosting server and being able to access online content via it instead of doing it directly. In essence, the hosting server acts as a proxy, so assuming that you have a VPN client on your computer or smartphone and you type in the necessary login info to be able to connect to the server, you will be able to browse websites or download files which you may not be able to access at all directly. Some sites and online services, for example, are available exclusively in specific countries, therefore if you are not able to access them, you could use a Virtual private network, or a hosting server, which is situated within that country. That way it shall appear as if you are accessing the service/website from the country and you could bypass the restrictions. There are companies which offer VPNs as a standalone service, but we've decided to offer the service with our internet hosting plans, which means that if you host your internet sites on our web servers, you could take advantage of the Virtual private network access that we provide at no extra cost.
VPN Traffic in Cloud Web Hosting
The VPN access is available as standard irrespective of the cloud web hosting service you sign up for and you'll discover the settings, the login credentials and a list of our servers in the Virtual private network section of your Hepsia hosting Control Panel. With simply a couple of clicks you could access any content that's blocked inside your country or that is restricted only to a particular country as we have servers which you can use all around the globe. That way you'll have the freedom to access social networks or online streaming services no matter what since it shall seem that you're in Europe, in North America or any other specific location you see inside your Cp as we keep adding hosting machines everyday. The Virtual private network filter tool, which you can easily activate whenever you want, will block all undesired content such as adverts or massive images, which means less traffic and quicker loading speeds for the content that you would like to reach.