Upgrading a client's sites, does Airbnb.
At the house each suite gets an IW AP. On the other end is a cloud key (not pictured), and a pfsense SG-2440 with guest traffic going out on a VPN. They had someone totrenting and got a notice.
Other SSID will be for their home office, no VPN.
Second site is an apartment building, rooms are fully furnished. Dual WAN there, also VPN for guest traffic. They also provide Netflix via Roku in all apartments, those get own SSID and vlan that's not capped or on VPN. Using the mesh AP there, best bang for the buck on AC spec w/ 802.3af
Probably the most advanced WiFi at an Airbnb or apartment.
VPN is using VPN unlimited, and AnonVPN, for redundancy. One set of three VPN servers per a WAN.
I've been using pfsense since m0n0wall days, this is pushing my limits. Fun though.
The entire quote is:
> We have a ZERO tolerance spam policy. If it is determined that your AnonVPN account is being used as a conduit for spam, we reserve the right to take the following actions:
> * Your account will be immediately suspended with no refund.
> * AnonVPN will, at its discretion, charge an hourly fee at a rate of $150 per hour to cover costs and damages incurred by your actions.
Looks like it was copy-pasted from proXPN's TOS:
This bundle is also being sold by proXPN, so I'm guessing AnonVPN is another venture by the same company, with a modified business plan (different pricing and payment structure).
But while proXPN offers normal payment options, AnonVPN only accepts indirect payments, so they couldn't even try to bill you. They probably will suspend your account if you're a spammer and try to send spam-levels of traffic, but the fee is an empty threat.
Given the price, I guess there's not much to lose.
SlickVPN, Private Internet Access, AnonVPN, and ProXPN all let you use a config file for OpenVPN. I usually pay in bitcoin and I've had really good luck with all of then. AnonVPN is a subsidiary of ProXPN.
I'm not an AnonVPN user, but I've just done some searching and it seems they have 'regular' pricing (About $9 a month basic) when not bought through this Android Authority deal page. I dunno how well-established they are though, so who knows?
I don't have AnonVPN, but PIA has a "kill switch" feature, if you will, that kills any traffic / access to the interweb if the VPN fails (for security reasons, of course).
I would check in your AnonVPN settings for a similar switch / setting.
Where's AnonVPN based, though? I couldn't find it on their website. Even if you use one of their foreign VPN servers, it's useless if they're subject to the US government and at some point compelled to give the government your keys.
I currently use the following programs:
Virtual Machine (Win7):
I didn't want to run everything on the OS from the server itself, because I also run some other 24/7 programs, like FileZilla and VoiP servers.
Sorry for the late reply, but I'm not sure what the relation is between AnonVPN and proXPN, but I assume proXPN is one program and someone, whoever made proXPN, decided to redesign it as AnonVPN and sell it as another VPN, much like what some AV companies do.
I'm also not sure if proXPN does this, but AnonVPN is based off of OpenVPN, which is an open source VPN, so that raises some questions, but I haven't bought / used a VPN before so I can't decide if $200 is worth it for lifetime access to 7~ servers...
Also, the "pay what you want deal" was on quite a substantial amount of websites, could be an easy way for them to get money, because I've had services that I have had lifetime access to just seize to exist.
There's some glaring problems with their investigation. Their result for AnonVPN Full Logging: “It cannot be guaranteed that other means of communications (e.g. mail, facsimile, and voice telephone service) will ever be 100% secure." (Mail, fax and Telephone is there example?)
I don't resell or anything but I can help.
There's a promo going on with AnonVPN where it's pay whatever you want for 1 year of VPN, or 16 for a lifetime. I jumped on it and the speeds are pretty good. I paid 1.50 (plan on getting a lifetime now) and the service is really good so far. Better than any free one I've used. Can't go wrong for a dollar.
Use sigaint or anon speech. Sigaint is free and it works well from what I hear. You have to pay for Anon speech.
As for VPN and TOR, use both together. It's not needed, but it helps in case your exit nodes are exploited. It goes you - vpn - tor. Not any other way. Especially not you - tor - vpn. That's a mistake.
Also I recommend getting a burner phone for just in case.
AnonVPN has a deal going on right now; you can either pay whatever price you want (i think $1 is the minimum) to get a 1-year subscription, or pay $20 for a lifetime subscription
Very basic and cheap VPN with simple client software. A cheap as US$1 for 12 month subscription or about US$20 for lifetime subscription at StackSocial
disclosure: my affiliate link
I got one year with for very cheap when it was on sale and I have not had any complaints with it. Bear in mind however, that you can have only one device connected at the same time.
addition: If I remember correctly (my receipt was deleted when cockli's emails were wiped) the website was - you can search for a VPN to see the current deals. They are quite nice as you can find yourself a lifetime subscription for relatively cheap
> up 'c:\\Windows\\system32\\ "C:\\Program Files (x86)\\AnonVPN\\bin\\"'
>down 'c:\\Windows\\system32\\ "C:\\Program Files (x86)\\AnonVPN\\bin\\"'
I couldn't find any info about up and down in OpenVPN, and .vbs doesn't run in Linux