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Started by liuxyon, March 22, 2016, 09:12:09 AM
Quote from: mattwilson9090 on March 22, 2016, 01:34:28 PMThere are already many VPN providers out there, some free, most pay.However, why would you need a VPN service if you have a web or email server with a dynamic IP address. Just use one of the many dynamic DNS services that are out there. They are pretty easy to set up, and many of the pay services allow you to use your own registered domain name.
Quote from: mattwilson9090 on March 23, 2016, 02:54:39 PMPresumably you will be the only person to access these servers, since you'll be accessing them via VPN.Given that, just use one of the existing VPN providers. Or is there some reason you want to add this service, which really isn't a part of the kind of core services they offer?
Quote from: cshilton on April 04, 2016, 02:33:48 PMWhile a dedicated VPN would give you access to the static IPv4 address that you want, in this case it won't help you that much in running a mail or webserver. Consider shopping for a Virtual Private Server from someone like Amazon Web Services or Vultr.com. Be aware that running a mail server securely on the net isn't a trivial thing to do. Many if not most VPS providers will make you jump through a few hoops before they will let you run a mail server. It's not hard to abuse the configuration of most mail server software in ways that open up your mail server for spam serving robots. So those hoops are there in the service of the greater good.-- Chris
Quote from: evantkh on May 13, 2016, 06:28:09 AMhttps://forums.he.net/index.php?topic=942.0This service did exist 6 years ago, but no longer available now.