OpenVPN is the No1 technology for setting up a VPN. Easy to use, easy to configure, and it is safe.
PPTP is the standard protocol for developing a VPN for many years. It is convenient to use, but traffic inside the tunnel is not encrypted.
We do not limit users in choosing an operating system. We have selected the most optimal solutions that work on all operating systems. You can also configure a VPN using other protocols, such as L2TP.
If you are new to Linux, or in the field of Unix systems, then Ubuntu is the best choice. Debian provides an excellent server environment for many destinations. The CentOS system is practical, perfect as an operating system for a server. Kali Linux is a distribution kit for penetration testing and security auditing.
The openSUSE system will work for more experienced users, such as system administrators. ClearOS is a specialized Linux based operating system for servers. Arch Linux is a universal Linux operating system, suitable for turning into an old PC server. Experienced Linux developers choose Fedora for their lack of desktop environment and enterprise-level system features.
Oracle Linux is best suited for data centers or for creating clouds with OpenStack. Mageia is a trustworthy Linux based operating system. Slackware Linux is the best choice for Linux professionals since it is important to understand your actions in the Linux environment. The Gentoo system is the best choice for tech-savvy users and system administrators.
A high degree of traffic encryption and the lack of logging ensure the security of VPN users from Netmap. Be sure of your safety.
Our VPN servers are located at large points of traffic exchange. This ensures stability and high-speed connections.
Access any service, regardless of your location. Geo-blocking will become history..