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PD-Proxy VPN / Re: help pdproxy
« on: April 20, 2013, 02:17:44 AM »
I believe that is against their terms of use: http://www.pdproxy.com/faq.htm#canishare

A year after breaking into the fibre broadband scene with promises of un-throttled speeds and no data caps, Singapore-based fibre broadband start-up MyRepublic has unveiled a new service that lets subscribers connect to popular video streaming sites such as Netflix, Hulu and BBC iPlayer.

This Teleport service is not a VPN (virtual private networking) service used usually to provide such video streaming. Instead, MyRepublic’s new add-on to its broadband services is a proprietary technology promising zero effort from the user to install or configure.

Instead of routing all of a user’s traffic through a foreign server, Teleport integrates fully within MyRepublic’s Internet links, which come with a promise of better speeds. Also unlike a traditional VPN, Teleport will provide redirection only for pre-approved websites.

So you could be watching Netflix through Teleport, for example, but it won’t let you access sites restricted in Singapore, such as Playboy.com.

This means that MyRepublic has full control over which sites Teleport users can access. Currently, the service works only with Hulu, Netflix, and Pandora, but the company is working to add more sites, promising at least 20 websites by its launch in June.

If there is a particular site that you want to access, you can suggest it to MyRepublic for their consideration, the company said on Thursday, in a event to celebrate its first anniversary.

Teleport’s user-friendliness may appeal to the regular consumer, but power users who don’t mind a little set-up and configuration will probably still prefer a traditional VPN option for its flexibility.

In any case, the additional choice will benefit consumers looking to cut the cord and access over-the-top content provided over the Net instead of traditional pay-TV set-top boxes.

MyRepublic will invite 1,000 of its customers to participate in a public beta test of Teleport in early April. The add-on to its broadband service is estimated to cost around S$5 a month at launch later this year.

VPN Discussion / Re: How do I pick a VPN provider?
« on: February 26, 2013, 12:45:59 AM »
First you should ask your self: What advantage does a VPN provider have over providing your own with something like OpenVPN? If you are paranoid you could get a Virtual private Server(VPS) host. Other than that I would make sure that the service was fast, cheap and wasn't in the news for a security breach.

VPN Client Setup Support / Re: OpenVPN client for Mac
« on: February 13, 2013, 07:15:55 PM »
Tunnelblick is as far as I know the client of choice for Mac users.

Anti-Censorship Tools / Services / Hola Unblocker?
« on: February 13, 2013, 12:08:05 AM »
Does anyone here already tried Hola?

I just read this blog post and it says it can unlock hulu just like a VPN.

Check out theire website hereL http://hola.org

As super said, it's usually a checkbox for "use default gateway" that needs to be cleared to change from Full Tunnel to Split Tunnel.

Do a "route print" before and after connecting the vpn, and you'll likely find the problem.

I had the same problem, turns out its an easy solution.

Connect to the VPN as stated on the tutorial, then right click on the VPN connection -> Properties -> TCP/IPv4 properties -> advanced -> untick “use as default gateway”

This way you can use your own internet connection not that of the VPN, whilst still accessing the VPN files etc.

Hope that helps

Paid VPN Services / Hidemyass VPN 2012 Christmas Deals (Save 24%)
« on: December 13, 2012, 07:02:00 AM »
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Here is the Hidemyass official promotion link: https://hidemyass.com/vpn/promo/1/holiday/1. The special offer will be expire on 1st January, 2013. Grab this opportunity to save a decent number of bucks on your VPN subscriptions.

PPTP via PoPToP is easy

 1.Install pptpd
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apt-get install pptpd
  2. edit /etc/pptpd.conf and set the remoteip option to a range on your network that is NOT served by your DHCP server.

  3. edit /etc/ppp/chap-secrets and add a username and password

vpnuser pptpd vpnpassword *

This is all it takes to setup pptp. Now test it with your OS X client.

VPN Discussion / Is YourFreedom a VPN?
« on: December 10, 2012, 11:27:46 PM »
My country disallowed VPNs a few months back and said that if someone uses it they'll have to ask for permission beforehand. And now it plans to ban some social media websites. My question is, is YourFreedom a VPN? And if I use it, can the government find out that I'm using it?

VPN Client Setup Support / How to remove privitize VPN completely?
« on: December 06, 2012, 01:06:31 AM »
I was using TPB yesterday and saw the privitizevpn advertisement, since it says that it is free I installed it on my machine. I did manage to remove the software from the windows control panel but the default searches in browsers is now different. The URL search bar affected chrome and firefox.

I scanned through the registry to remove anything and everything which says privitize and did manage to remove so. But it is still there in firefox and chrome.

How to remove this completely from the system ?

VPN Client Setup Support / VPN configuration
« on: August 02, 2012, 10:05:53 PM »
Are these settings right for accessing my network from a NAT'd dynamic IP connection?

Remote IPSec Gateway Address
Tunnel access from local IP address: Subnet
IP Address for VPN (local):
IP Subnet Mask (local):
Tunnel ACcess from remote IP address Single address
IP Address for VPN (remote):
IP Subnet mask (remote): N/A
Protocol: ESP
Key Exchange Method: Auto
Authentication Method: Pre-Shared Key
Pre-Shared Key: XXXXX
Local/Remote ID Type: IP/IP
Local/Remote ID Content:

My network is in the 192.168.1.x range with a subnet.

I have a Zyxel P660HN-51, with a desktop (, xbox (, and a printer ( The Zyxel is

VPN Server Setup/Administration / Where do you buy your servers?
« on: January 14, 2012, 02:05:18 AM »
Where do you buy your servers? Do you need a dedicated server or a VPS is enough?

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