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# 82632 3-May-2011 13:34
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Im new to the world of VPN's but decided time to get one. Was looking at Witopia as was recommend by a freind.

Any recommendations of whats a good one and has good speed. Just there are so many to choose from.

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  # 464863 3-May-2011 13:36
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Haha getting ready for the new law =p




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  # 464867 3-May-2011 13:48
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What do you want to VPN into? What you want to VPN into usually determines what client you are going to use.

Or if its just a point to point VPN then you can use anything really..



 
 
 
 




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  # 464870 3-May-2011 13:54
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LennonNZ: What do you want to VPN into? What you want to VPN into usually determines what client you are going to use.

Or if its just a point to point VPN then you can use anything really..





Mainly for fileserve which I run thorugh IDM.

IPlayer could also be good for the odd Formula 1 video we cant get here.

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  # 464896 3-May-2011 15:03
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Witopia, Astrill, StrongVPN




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  # 464908 3-May-2011 15:54
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I use Witopia to watch iPlayer. Usually works fine, sometimes a bit slow but I can usually just change servers and it speeds up. Hulu seems to work ok as well. Havent tried any torrents over it though.




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  # 465354 4-May-2011 16:52
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Expat shield is good (and free) for iPlayer.

I've used happy VPN in the past to connect to the UK. Speeds weren't bad, could stream video over it easily enough. Gaming was a no no though (shocking pings).

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