VPN RecommendatioS



  • I currently use PureVPN

    My issue:

    I currently host an exchange server and manage my boxes from work.  Recently Pure VPN closed all incoming UDP/TCP ports. They offer an add-on allowing you access to those ports but it only runs on Windows and I run my connection through pfsense.

    I am looking for a provider that allows access to incoming ports and supports OPNVPN  I prefer to confirm this prior to moving to a new provider

    Thanks

    Randy



  • I suggest AirVPN https://airvpn.org/



  • Can I recommend myself? :D
    I can give you static IP and pfSense at your full control.



  • Thanks Wolf.  I think I will try AirVPN.

    Randy



  • This is one of the best VPN comparisons I've found.

    https://thatoneprivacysite.net/vpn-comparison-chart/



  • I am using Astrill and it works really great for me. Would recommend you to look at it too.


  • Banned

    I am using Express VPN it is really awesome I think you should also try Express VPN.



  • see whats on sale here https://deals.ghacks.net/collections/tag-cyber-security

    They appear to be a link to a common seller who had some pretty good deals on lifetime vpn services. Other sites link to this seller, too. It might be named StackSocial or something like that.

    I purchased VPN Unlimited and VPNSecure here. I assumed the prices were so cheap that a fallback was a good idea. Others look good, too. Make sure the device limit matches your needs though. All differ a little. No problems so far.

    My preference is Windscribe, but it's also the most expensive. I have a free limited version that works for me.  VPN Unlimited with the 5 device upgrade is next. VPN Secure is good but the servers are slow.



  • @bigraz1968:

    I currently use PureVPN

    My issue:

    I currently host an exchange server and manage my boxes from work.  Recently Pure VPN closed all incoming UDP/TCP ports. They offer an add-on allowing you access to those ports but it only runs on Windows and I run my connection through pfsense.

    I am looking for a provider that allows access to incoming ports and supports OPNVPN  I prefer to confirm this prior to moving to a new provider

    Thanks

    Randy

    I suggest you take it to their support before you make the switch. Looking for others can often be a hassle. If neither the support nor the guys from this thread succeed in helping you fix the issue, you can always google for ore options. I'm using Ivacy VPN just because of streaming ad no logs. your choice may or may not change depending upon your need. Again, make sure it can't be solved before you decide to start looking for other options. :) Cheers



  • Your problem can be solved by using their NAT Firewall, here's why you need it!



  • I do not agree that ExpressVPN is an absolutely awesome service. I've been surprised when found it as one of the top rated VPNs. As for me, ExpressVPN is nothing more than a well-thought-out business plan for boosting their rating. I’ve tried to use it, but it did not impress me. There are many other services that provide multiple features and even discounts for their users. The site https://www.bestvpnrating.com helpes me to be informed.


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