Port Forwarding blocks all the malicious traffic that could potentially reach out to your mobile devices and exploit them. The Need for Port Forwarding with Ivacy: Most OS have built-in Firewall (like Windows). However, a VPN connection constructs a tunnel between your PC and the VPN server. This tunnel passes that through the OS’ built-in … Continue reading “Why do I need Port Forwarding?”
There are various reasons which may cause the VPN to disconnect. Switching the Protocol, Firewall, Mobile Credentials & Internet Connection.
You have to ensure that your firewall is set to allow outbound connections to our server IP on ‘TCP port 1723’ along with ‘IP protocol 47’ (GRE) and UDP port 1701.
There are a few factors that will prevent you from getting high upload and download speeds while using a VPN. To prevent this from happening, here is what you need to do: Change Protocol Not every ISP (Internet Service Provider) supports all protocols. If you are facing speed-related issues, consider switching between protocols e.g. TCP, … Continue reading “How To Increase Your VPN Server Speed?”
This section will focus on aiding you to set up Ivacy’s router applet on your wireless DD-WRT router. Before you begin, please make sure that: You must have an active internet connection. VPN Supported Router. A router that supports PPTP, OpenVPN TCP, and OpenVPN UDP protocols. Own a premium Ivacy account (If you do not … Continue reading “How to Configure Ivacy Applet on DD-WRT Router”
Procedure 1 Yes, and it is called “Virtual Router” sharing. You can connect various devices, e.g. iPhone, Android, laptops, tablets etc. All you need is a Windows 7 laptop or PC having a Wireless card. There are several ways to do this: http://virtualrouter.codeplex.com/ (A free application, may be downloaded and installed on a Windows 7 … Continue reading “How to share a VPN connection from your Windows to Other Wi-Fi Enabled Device?”