VPN to bypass port blocking

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Piotr__11, Jan 21, 2013.

  1. Piotr__11

    Piotr__11 Junior Member

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    Hello,
    I am looking for vpn that can work on 443 tcp port .
    Can you suggest anything ?
     
  2. mrtornado

    mrtornado Power Member

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    I can offer you a proxy that can work on that port, do you need only VPN ?
     
  3. Piotr__11

    Piotr__11 Junior Member

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    Hmmm,
    VPN will allow me to use all of blocked ports, so I would be able to use normal proxies, download torrents etc, proxy will be only helpful with bots .
    Am I right ?
     
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    mrtornado Power Member

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    You're not, you could use a proxy like a VPN if you want too. Get a program like proxifier or proxycap and it's just the same as a VPN. I don't understand why you are saying that a VPN will allow you to use all of the blocked ports and a proxy no, because a proxy can allow you to unblock any ports you want too.
     
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    NIXMY Regular Member Premium Member

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    All VPN provider's should allow that port by default (probably SSL port is possibly disabled by free VPN providers). Another option is a private proxy but I don't know do any sell just one proxy.
     
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