Does your VPN service use shared IPs, NAT, Public IPs or Static IPs?

Dave Cox has just posted Does your VPN service use shared IPs, NAT, Public IPs or Static IPs?. I think anyone looking for service should check out LiquidVPN before buying service elsewhere. Below is an excerpt of the page.


LiquidVPN uses a blend of all these options. On the new 10Gbit nodes and Kansas City we have enough public IPs to give each user their own public IP each time they connect via PPTP, L2TP or OpenVPN UDP. OpenVPN TCP uses NAT and the OpenVPN modulating IP’s use a 1-1 NAT. Our other servers… – https://www.liquidvpn.com/faq-items/vpn-service-use-shared-ips-nat-public-ips-static-ips/ – Dave Cox


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