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Although, since you're already in the USA you probably have some other nefarious purpose in mind  ;D
-4wd (February 16, 2016, 03:38 AM)
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Nope. Not really. :) It's just that when I have looked into hosting for my websites, I've usually seen VPSes at maybe $4-6/mo at the cheapest. So $9/year seemed incredible.

Thanks for sharing the info!
-Deozaan (February 16, 2016, 04:17 AM)
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Probably be perfect for that then - keep checking LEB, some really good deals pop up.
I got a VPS for $24/year (4 vCore, 1GB+1GB vSwap, 150GB, 3TB/month) that is way under-utilised but was a good upgrade from the previous one I had.

Does VPS block your own ISP from seeing where you go online?

Does VPS block your own ISP from seeing where you go online?-holt (February 17, 2016, 02:37 AM)
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Yes, if you're connecting via a VPN running on the VPS - all your ISP will see is a connection to the VPS, not the encrypted traffic that flows over it.

You need to run VPN server software on it, (eg. OpenVPN, SoftEther), or enable the PPTP/L2TP/SSTP server functions (if available).


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