What does VPN stand for?
VPN stands for Virtual Private Network and is a secure way of connecting networks and devices.
In the context we're talking about it will usually be a client-server solution and not connecting whole networks or businesses.
The assumption is that most people reading this are trying to secure their internet connection, privacy and hide or change their IPaddress.
Why use a VPN?
There are many........
I chose this because I heard a lot of stories about scams and that many providers I contacted said they can't unlock the Canadian I717s (one said "my Bell server" is down).
This method worked perfectly on my Bell I717M and should work for all I717 in Canada, I was able to insert a foreign SIMcard. This will work abroad too but remember entering CWM mode is different for I717's in other countries (at least theUS).
Step 1 - Root + CWM........
One thing to note about DNS servers and providers is that they aren't always trustworthy, not even if they're Google or your favorite ISP. Any DNS server can compromise your privacy, and they are likely tracking your browsing habits and keeping logs of it. Sometimes it's for Marketing/Research purposes such as Google's GMail service which they admit is scraped/datamined. I would expect nothing less from their DNS service.
The other danger with such widely used and pu........
There are all kinds of threads and links on the internet, and this seems to be a contentious issue butI don't know why.
95th percentile is either a good deal for some or a big rip off for others, Ijust said it there :)
But the reality is that for MOST people who transfer low amounts of data but burst to higher speeds such as 40mbit+ even for short periods of time, then you'll pay a lot of money to do that.
Basically 95th percentile is an-old archaic method........
These are the only two I've encountered but here is the low-end and note my story is not at all unique.
In my case I was scammed out of money and did not receive any service at all from either company.
Santrex never provided any working server, I believe it was just a dummy management Solus server because the server said it was booted but never connected to the console. I complained to them and eventually the support adm........
It's not all about the speed.I'd also thought I'd mention that speed is not everything. Routing is the key, because if one router you hit is slow then it doesn't matter how fast your connection is. I have found that locally, Telus has much better routing than Shaw (although I have not yet tested their new DOCSIS network).
There are also some countries such as Sweden that offer high speed connections, but the high speed only applies locally. The reason is that man........
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Everyone says there is a "manual" way of doing it and then they tell you to use iTunes, but if you're like me, you're travelling on business in a foreign country and your laptop does not have iTunes and you don't have a way of getting it and/or don't want it.
For this example I'm using the provider "du" in Dubai, UAE (United Arab Emirates) but this method works for virtually all providers.
The requirements in this case to truly "manually update........
First of all you need to be jailbroken, but this is not covered here.
Go into Cydia and click "Manage Sources" then "Edit"and add: repo666.ultrasn0w.com
Then search for "ultrasn0w" as a package and install it, that's all there is to it, your iPhone is finally unlocked so when you travel abroad you can avoid ridiculous roaming charges, or you can switch providers and use any SIMcard you like.
You'd really thi........