Once you’ve created and configured your PPTP VPN connection, you can test it out with our free demo. Once you’re sure it’s working correctly, head over to the VPN Tracker 365 store to purchase your plan.
AWS customers have long been able to create custom VPN servers using EC2 instances to get secure access to AWS infrastructure and resources.
However AWS recently introduced a streamlined way to easily give VPN access to all of your users called AWS Client VPN.
The AWS Client VPN service:
Is fully manageable from the AWS Console
Integrates with other AWS services (e.g. your AWS-based Directory service)
Scales automatically, so you can deal with large numbers of VPN users without upgrading costly infrastructure
Uses the latest encryption standards (OpenVPN with GCM ciphers)
VPN Tracker 365 customers can start using AWS Client VPN with the latest release, available today.
Our detailed Configuration Guide walks you through the steps of setting up AWS Client VPN and importing it into VPN Tracker.
VPN Tracker supports both certificate-based as well as (the more familiar and more easily rolled out) directory-based user authentication.
How to access the internet while connected to AWS Client VPN?
By default, your AWS Client VPN setup will route all traffic through your VPN. This means, unless you configure a route from AWS to the internet, you lose internet access.
Tip: Thanks to VPN Tracker’s Traffic Control capabilities, you can also use AWS VPN without losing access to your local network and the internet, even if your AWS setup doesn’t offer internet access via the routes you’ve configured.
Just go to Advanced > Traffic Control, select “Only traffic for these addresses” and enter your AWS networks to turn this option on.
AWS Client VPN in VPN Tracker 365 is the easiest way way to access your AWS resources. We look forward to your feedback!
Security is a crucial point for any VPN service. As VPN is your shield from web attacks and data leaks, a VPN service must be highly trusted and not be a danger itself. Find out what kind of threats a VPN service may have for your security.Read More
Unreliable wifi? Spotty reception? Weird internet cafe network? If you’re a frequent traveler, you have probably run into connection problems on the road. There can be numerous reasons why connection failed. These issues can cause your VPN connection to drop or may prevent you from connecting at all.
Although we cannot fix all the possible reasons on our side, in VPN Tracker 365 18.4, we have tackled some of the most common connection issues faced while travelling.Read More
If you are using a VPN service to protect your browsing on a public wifi network, you may have noticed you occasionally need to complete a Captcha before doing a Google search. It can be annoying and slows you down…
So why are you seeing them in the first place? We cover why they are shown and what you can do to avoid it.Read More