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How to set up VPNetMon,OpenVPN,Best VPN and More

Whatever you are doing online with VPN is i think you are not %100 secured online.you might think that you are using a strong and reliable Network called VPN but i assure you that the VPN you are making use of is pretty cool but in just recent research i have acknowledged that the VPN Network we are using today is not fully guaranteed.



Previously on Logs,i published simple way and easy method on how to download YouTube Video with 4K download.If you are looking for how to download your videos from YouTube i that must must be read to how to do so.Today Links is share another wonderful post the will eager your day specially if you like use VPN Network.

I have some few and strong steps to help you guide your internet browsing with VPN.You all know what VPN means and also what it's capable of doing.If you know all this things let me add more sight about it but is about how you can gently secure your VPN Network and the best VPN you should be using,the difference and lot more.But make sure you read through the whole text to understand better on what about to say in this post.Below i start.


Changing The VPN Protocol


Changing of VPN protocol is one of the things we need to know in fact that's one of the advance way to carry our network along.There's many of them out there,i mean the VPN protocol that can serve you better and sometime the VPN providers will only let you have a common choice and some of that choice is common in the connection app,and sometime is beeen configured already with other VPN tools.You Might Like To Read Best Way On How To Password & Encrypt Your Flash Drive.

The common settings we normally see in VPN are the PPTP which is Point To Point Tunneling Protocol,the L2TP/IPsec (the layer 2 tunneling protocol) and also the Open VPN.One thing again you need to know here is that the PPTP and L2TP are the simple method of setting the network. They are very simple to set up In case you only need a server name and password.

As for the PPTP,it looks nice and you should know that it has been creaked - meanwhile it use week 128bit-encryption.It can be dencrypted and can also be compromised but in top side about the PPTP,it has the fastest because has lower encryption overhead.You Might Like To Read How to Set up Chrome Browser For Easy and Fast Experience.

When it comes to the L2TP,i think i can say is highly secured but has many overhead.It it the slowest of the protocols you have ever experienced.

When it comes to Open VPN i can strongly say that's the best among the L2TP and the PPTP and i have use it more than couple of times.Once you connect and at a point it breaks connection it can reconnect itself back.As for secure,it is clear and trusted to use for network unlike the L2TP and PPTP. Some of the VPN connect can also use kill switch. We recommend that you use it, so be sure to enable it in the settings.
How to set up VPNetMon,OpenVPN and More
The alternative is a software kill switch, which can be added to any VPN. These apps, such as VPN Watcher and VPNetMon, are configured in Windows to instantly close selected apps if the VPN dies and restart them if it goes up again.

How You Can Set Up VPNetMon


First thing you will do is to Connect connect the VPN,Now you will need to run the app and then navigate to Options.Once you are there,just by the left you will see two IP address.But Note the one at the Top is your local IP address then the second on e is the your VPN address IP. Now in a filed where it says VPN IP starts,there you will enter the first number of your IP address.May be if your IP is something Like this 11.12.2.0 the first number you will enter is 11.That how it will dectes if you successfully connected.

Next to A1, click Browse and find an app you'd like it to control, for example utorrent.exe. If you check the Control box it will automatically shut it down if your VPN goes offline. If you check Auto, it will restart it when the VPN comes back on.

DNS Leak


DNS, which stands for Domain Net Server, is the service that your computer uses to translate URLs such as techradar.com into an IP address, 185.113.25.59. When you're connected to a VPN you should automatically be using the secure DNS server provided by the VPN service. Except sometimes you don't; sometimes your computer might use its regular DNS connection, bypassing the VPN. That's called a DNS leak, and it could be monitored by outside forces. Some VPN clients have DNS leak protection built in, but if yours doesn't you can run a test here. The location it tells you should be your 'apparent' VPN location, not your actual one. If it fails, then there are suggestions on the site that provide a fix. IPv6 l.Share this if it helps.

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