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Use VPN on a VPS Server

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by greatops, Mar 1, 2015.

  1. greatops

    greatops Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hi,


    I want to know how to use VPN on a VPS since whenever the IP is changed, I lose connection with the VPS.


    Thanks
     
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  2. XxUnivaxX

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  3. extremeboy

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    Agree with @thehacker290494

    But better use proxy instead VPN i think.
     
  4. ChanzGrande

    ChanzGrande Elite Member

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    You want to use Dynamic DNS in my opinion. Of course, if/when your proxy changes via the VPN, your dynamic DNS service will re-trace the new IP, and communicate it to you.
     
  5. aliravian

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    Some vps don't allow vpn. So check that too.
     
  6. saurabh82

    saurabh82 BANNED BANNED

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    i have a solution install oracle vmware or virtualbox create a virtual machine and inside it use any vpn you want.you will thank me later
     
  7. akacash

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    Lol, just get OpenVPN. It's insanely easy to setup, and most VPN providers either have detailed tutorials written already, or they can help you. It'll do exactly what you want, without doing what you're afraid of. I was interested in the same thing not long ago, and I had the same concern/question of how to accomplish it. OpenVPN is what you're looking for.
     
  8. darazpk

    darazpk Newbie

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    Are you trying to use a vpn on a vps? That should be easy just like using the vpn on your own computer? Or is it the other way round that you are trying to do things?