I bet you that the number of people who use MiFi adapters and Speedify is FAR less than those who are using VPNs to circumvent geo-restrictions.
So it is quite the way around; the masses are VPN users.
The real evil here is corporate greed and their need to restrict who watches what.
TL;DR: Even worse than the last software bundle. Half of the software is limited to a one year license. But that doesn't really matter since most of the software is either completely unnecessary or has a good freeware/open-source alternative. I mean, WinZip? Really?
The only software worth it might be EaseUS ToDo Backup (since there isn't really a fully featured backup solution that's also user-friendly) and Speedify VPN (although its use case where you want to combine multiple internet connections is really rare).
I understood that. The issue is that if the two access points are on separate networks you’ll be in for quite a bit of pain since you’ll need to somehow split traffic across both pipes without confusing the server at the other end. This can be done by sending all traffic to certain destination IPs through one connection and the rest through the other however this doesn’t exactly balance well depending on your luck.
You could use the (comercial) product called Speedify. I can’t vouch for them but they claim to have a custom VPN which lets them split traffic safely across multiple networks without the issues I mentioned above since they’re splitting VPN traffic and recombining it on the other side in a way that all protocols expect.
T-Mobile one would be $180 for 5 lines of unlimited(video at 480p unless you use a VPN or pay and $15/month/line(when you can use something like Speedify for $15 for 6 months and you have to pay once for 5 users connecting simultaneously).
You get deprioritized after 50 gigs.
128kbps and unlimited texting for free overseas. $0.25 calls. $50/month gets you 15gb international LTE(and unlimited calls and text) for one line. $5/day gets you 500MB international LTE and unlimited talk and text.
Bought myself 1/2 price special MLB TV for Fathers Day - I'm mothering the kid who made my husband a father - I deserve it!
I'm playing around with VPNs, in hopes of cutting cable, but I can't seem to get it to work on my phone. I've tried Speedify, TunnelBear, and Windscribe. None of them seem to be working. I've tried multiple countries.
I'm headed out to my InLaws (no TWCSpectrum). What should I try next?
Worst case, I wait till we get home, pour some wine then watch the archive.
Alex from Connectify, the makers of Speedify. You're right about the free VPNs. We're not one of them, though. We charge yearly subscriptions so we don't need to do any of the creepy advertising stuff that free VPNs do to pay their bills.
My understanding is if you bond an rtmp successfully you are re-wrapping the stream through a new protocol that can work with and identify the different pipes and get reconstructed upon receipt. Rtmp is comparatively basic. LRT for live u is a lot like SRT, but you can’t use it unless you are running through the bonding part and using their server to convert it back to rtmp, otherwise it is just encoding directly. This is the case for the dejero as well, same sort of idea.
Speedify helps sort of bond connections for an RTMP if it is a supported platform for it, it will trick the protocol as if it’s going through a normal connection, but speedify does its VPN magic where it shares internet connections and data wrangles. It would require further research to explain competently.
Apple devices sometimes are notorious for "sticky wifi" compared to other devices, as the threshold for bad RSSI strength is higher (at least it was the last time I extensively researched the issue).
I've heard about Speedify but never used it, there may be other comparable programs.
Probably going to use a couple for a few network monitoring programs though I’m not sure what yet. I already own one running pihole. Plex media server, vpn server.
one I want to attempt to use as a potable network bonding device (using Speedify) to connect multiple connections to (multiple hotspots and WiFi to use for live streaming
The hifiberry I’d like to setup as a airplay/chromecast receiver.
So far that’s all I’ve came up with. I’m open to all kinds of suggestions as to what I can utilize all these for.
The Unifi Security Gateway products as well as the EdgeRouter products from Ubiquiti can handle this. The basic USG has 3 ports, one WAN, one LAN and one that can be LAN2 or WAN2.
Using nearly any hardware solutions would be round-robin or failover only most likely without getting into anything fancy - but it sounds like you're already aware of that. You can use some software solutions to bridge the connections as a single link, but this requires a form of bonding over VPN. Speedify is a pure software solution which works upto 50Mbit I believe. Peplink also supports this between two Peplink products. One at your home, one in a colo or elsewhere connected to a much faster internet connection. This is really intended for commercial applications and priced accordingly. There are DIY solutions out there but it's going to require a lot more knowledge and time on your part which likely wouldn't be worth it.
I'm using Speedify to switch over to my cell phone hot spot to cover these frequent, and short interruptions to handle zoom calls. Hoping that in 3-6 months, I can move off of this backup plan. All is good with this beta test, with the exception of the connection drops. I have zero obstructions and 100 disconnects in the last 12 hours (2 minutes beta downtime and 1 minute no sats). This is the one part of the Starlink beta that every user should have a plan for.
I agree with this, but have been able to get around the challenges you mentioned for video conferencing using Speedify. With Speedify the dropouts change from 5-10 seconds of complete loss to 1-2 seconds. On super important meetings I have three connections - Starlink (primary), LTE-hub (secondary) and iphone (backup).
Is it 15 miles to the edge of an active cell to your house? That might be pushing it a little. I'm about 10 miles to the edge of my active cell and I get about 2 hrs obstructions during the day and a lot less at night. This results in drops during the day about every 3 to 5 minutes when it connects to the next satellite. It's like it connects to a satellite and then drops it for a few seconds as it's getting farther away before it locks on to the next satellite. Most of the time the drops are very short and you don't notice it while streaming movies and tv shows but you will notice it web browsing because it will pause when loading pages. Speedify is a way around it if you have an lte or another internet connection to fail over to.
Cricket operates on AT&T and they have some issues with closed NAT. I think there was a way to overcome this by routing your cell connection through a PC, but otherwise it isn’t possible with just the normal WiFi hotspot that is available on your phone. It has to do with ATT settings on their end unfortunately... I switched to T-Mobile and hotspot has been working great for splatoon. Sprint and Verizon apparently also work based on what I’ve read; it’s really just ATT and companies that use ATT service.
Edit: this is the workaround I had used to play Splatoon 2 when I was on Cricket. Unfortunately it is inconvenient to need a PC with you to do this, but it was the only way I got it to work. I needed a PC with Speedify and Connectify both installed. Then I USB tethered my phone to the PC and shared the connection using Speedify VPN and Connectify. See if this allows you to get online using cricket hotspot
I’ve been using VPN for 4 months now on an iPhone 8 Plus. They have no way of telling since it seems like I’m sending data to a random corporate server. The thread was about a Samsung device that likely had a software bug. Even sprint which says tethering data is shared with vpn has no way of telling if you use a HIGH QUALITY PAID VPN. DONT USE FREE ONES, I use Speedify which is $3 a month if you buy for 6 months and will work on 5 devices at once. T-Mobile makes you pay $10/device/month so it’s a $47/month difference if you have 5 devices that want to watch HD YT/Netflix.
i've tried that but overwatch disconnects when there's a change in connections :( anyway i've found a free vpn, Speedify. i can play overwatch with pretty good ping (around 20+), took me some time to find since i've tried like 5-6 free vpns which all gave around 300-400 ping so i guess this is the one that works best so far. but since its free, you only get 5gb per month - sufficient i guess. you can definitely give Speedify a try!
I was able to cancel my Roger Rocket hub that was costing me 300-600$ a month.
To do this, I use Speedify to create a bonded VPN connection with my Starlink + Videotron LTE phone connection.
I never drop and I use very little date during fail overs. Gaming + Video calls are flawless now.
100% worth it.. be sure to get a coupon if you register for it.
So I skimmed the post and didn't see anyone that recommended OpenMPTCProuter or speedify yet. I travel in my rv a lot and also need to work on a decent reliable connection. My setup includes a lte connection for sprint, tmobile, at&t, and 2 verizon connections, that I have bonded together with OpenMPTCProuter. I can bond all my connections together into a single big pipe at my datacenter, and get the most out of all of them.
Speedify does something similar, but doesn't allow you to use your own datacenter without paying extra. I want this option because I want to bond the connections for Netflix streaming, and speedify bypasses their service for streaming or else it gets blocked.
Both options are true bandwidth bonding instead of per session load balancing which you seem to be doing.
That's not how any of this works.
Warning: gross generalizations and layman terms ahead.
There's load balancing and there's link aggregation. Load balancing can distribute multiple transfers across multiple connections. Link aggregation can combine multiple links into a single one.
A target on the Internet has no way of knowing that multiple requests from different sources belong to the same connection. Load balancing won't increase your speed if you're downloading a file or streaming video or doing a speed test.
Link aggregation requires something on the other side to aggregate your links. If you're using regular broadband you can use a service like Speedify to solve this. The VPN on the Internet aggregates your links and then connects to the endpoints on the Internet via a single link.
First download Speedify VPN on your laptop/PC and then download connecrtify. Open speedify and setup a VPN in America or any other country that allows you to play on the casino. Then open connecrtify and create a network via speedify. Go to your ps4 and connect to that network
Real time VOIP communications is difficult without UDP, but you might be able to tunnel it using a paid VPN. These aren't our primary VPNs, but two you might wish to look at are Speedify or the cheaper Edgewise connect. The Romanian VPN company IbVPN also offers Softether and several other protocols specifically designed to break through China.
You also should consider using simplex "deltachat". Not as nice as real time, but it looks like something which would be very difficult to stop.
Some of the XMPP systems are also worth a look.
Then there is Retroshare.
MySudo also might work in your country.
Do you have coaxial cable in your house? I highly recommend looking into a MoCa adapter if you do. I have a Motorola one set up in my house and I get almost no loss in speed or latency.
They cost about $65 each on Amazon, and you'll need at least two, one for the entry point and one for exit point
Otherwise, you can use a service called Speedify, which uses a VPN to share traffic between all your network interfaces. It's a bit hit and miss though, but it has a free trial if you want to test it out.
Só precisas de uma VPN para fazer a subscrição; no meu caso eu usei uma app para o telemóvel pq 90% das VPNs pagas fazem redirect para a netflix dos USA.
Depois podes usar cá sem VPN, todos os meses são removidos aqueles valores de TL (a moeda deles) da tua conta. A conversão deixa o preço super barato. Não sei se muda o catálogo para o da turquia, mas até agora tenho encontrado praticamente todas as séries e filmes que preciso. (Nunca tive netflix portuguesa, não faço ideia se o catálogo é diferente).
No meu caso pago quase 5€ e divido com outra pessoa, ficando a 2,5€/mês a cada. Para quatro pessoas tens que procurar na net o valor que não sei de cor.
Edit: A vpn que usei chamava-se Speedify - Bonding VPN
From my experience, you're going to have to use a proxy/vpn. You can try certain youtube video downloaders and see if they can get past the restriction. For myself, if youtube-dl recognizes that it's blocked in my country, it won't download the video.
Your best bet is to use a proxy/vpn. For myself, I just needed a VPN for a few quick tasks, so I needed something free, and Speedify worked perfectly for that because it doesn't require you to sign up. There's probably better VPNs out there, but I just needed something quick.
Yea but there is risk. Download one of the free vpn software out there (I use Speedify) and change your country to whatever you like. Then login to steam or create another account and buy the game. You can family share from then on. BE warned: I won't be responsible if they ban your account.
speedify removes our packet loss 100%, we have 0-10% from cox to fortnite.
NOW, the problem is, the legality of it. Obviously we aren't cheating but it is a VPN.
Straight from speedify:
> Yeah, we aren't clear on Fortnite's policies. I see some places where Fortnite says it can kick you from games for using a VPN or people complaining their IP address got banned for using a VPN. On the other hand, there are a lot of Speedify users saying they are using it to play Fortnite. I haven't heard of any specific examples of people getting banned from Fortnite for using Speedify, but since Speedify is a VPN, it is a possibility. I'm not sure if the people getting banned were doing something else malicious to trigger the ban. I don't have the full story on any of those cases.
I posted on epic forums, but no responses. The last thing I want is to be banned for trying to have a better connection.
in the last 3 months of fortnite, i have never once seen 0% packet loss for more than a few seconds at a time. Using the Speedify trial, I logged in to a game and saw 0% packet loss for a whole minute. Going to buy it and see how it goes. I don't know much but maybe some common servers cox uses in their hop routes suck and the vpn route avoids those servers? /u/justbilled
Okay... I can understand that not having your own money can be tricky when you want to take extra security measures but don't get, and I repeat do not get free VPN. How do you think their business works? Where do you think they get money from? I'll tell you. Your data. Selling it and exploiting it. Yes, the same data you want to protect. If you don't have money to spare or cannot talk your parents into getting a proper VPN for your and their safety then at least get the one that has free plan alongside to paid ones. I myself had limited amount to spare for a VPN so I am sharing my account with my roommates by setting it up on our router and they paid their 2/3 of the plan that I got from NordVPN but before that we all were using free ProtonVPN plans which was great even if a bit limited. We also used TunnelBear before they sold themselves out and Speedify but it was quite slow (oh the irony).
Just use a VPN (Speedify is an easy set-up), as rugbypass technically doesn't broadcast to Aus, so set as Singapore IP.
Much much less than Foxtel, and no money to Murdoch, plus all European games etc. Very happy camper
I purchased it myself and I've been using it for a week. I had purchased CyberGhost from Humble Bundle last year for $5 for a year and year before that Speedify vpn for $9 for a year. If you keep an eye out for bundled deals like this you never have to pay hundreds of dollars for VPN's.
That's a great point. Comcast deliberately slows down Netflix because getting money from subscribers isn't enough for them.
Hiding your traffic as encrypted unknown traffic with a smaller entity means that Comcast can't put the effort into specifically throttling it. That means your Netflix will come through quicker as they don't know it is Netflix traffic.
I'd use the sliders to pay only for Speedify if you buy this. All that other stuff is a thin layer of shit on functionality that's already provided in the operating system.
edit: Speedify seems slow, maybe too slow for media (i.e. Netflix) tunnelling. If you try to torrent they make you reconnect to a different server. I tried downloading a Linux ISO and I'm getting 1.2MBps vs 3.00MBps on a super sketchy Russian VPN. Still probably worth the beat the average price.
edit: And their redemption method seems to have a huge security hole in it. People could easily redeem for free. They must know that given how obvious the hole is.
Ja, und das wird auch jeder andere anständige VPN.
Allerdings gibt es gerade das Humble Software Bundle mit, neben einer Menge Schrott, einem 1-Jahres-Abo für Speedify für ca. 7€. Es ist etwas schwer zu sagen, ob sie für Torrenting und Streaming geeignet sind, da sie auch selber von sich behaupten, "mehr auf Geschwindigkeit als auf Privatsphäre" zu setzen, aber die Software erlaubt die Auswahl von extra P2P-Servern in den Niederlanden. Ich würde einfach mal behaupten, dass man damit auf der sicheren Seite sein sollte?
Just my 2 cents....Speedify is the ideal solution in theory but they also have server slowdown issues. Sometimes they perform perfectly, sometimes they half my internet speed.
I am using a pfsense VM feeding into a Windows VM running Speedify. Definitely less than ideal but it was a proof of concept thing. Although it could be some setting in pfsense set incorrectly but god only knows what it would be.
Anyway...I agree it can be helpful if you can route all streaming traffic around the Speedify VPN. Also, try to purchase their connectify software first. It gave me a deal for less than $20 for the connectify software with 6 months of Speedify.
I have a real need for this right now with my new Starlink setup. During the beta period it's unreliable; you get a bunch of 5 second outages an hour. Otherwise it's great. Some folks are having luck with Speedify to bond a second ISP link and smooth over the problems. I haven't tried it yet; it seems like a good product and not too expensive, so it may be hard to compete.
I think a whole lot of rural folks would like an easy way to have an LTE backup to whatever their primary link is. That exists in a lot of router products but they don't work great.
This already exists. Load sharing exists and is free to operate just buy the hardware. I use a USG-3P and can load share / failover.
Or you can buy the bonding vpn service from Speedify.
I'm getting crushed the last couple of days. Generally I run about 5-10 disconnects an hour. Yesterday, was close to 30 an hour. Today jumped to around 1 a minute, 45-50 an hour. My Speedify is juggling plates trying to keep me connected on Zoom. I have about 10 minutes NoSats and 4 minutes Beta right now. I almost never have NoSats timeouts before yesterday (3.7). I do have the most current firmware.
^^ Agree with above.
Load balancing also is not 100% guaranteed. Some sites/apps/games do not play well getting traffic from multiple IPs.
Banking for example. Will most likely kick you out if you are trying to connect from two IPs. Gaming servers may not allow it either.
One way would be to tunnel both connections to a VPN that would make the end servers see it as 1 IP. Look up Speedify.
SW Michigan around 42.3. Speeds averaging around 60dl/12 up. Have seen as high as 150dl, and as low as 10dl. Lot of variability in the speeds, but all are pretty wonderful. My issue has been the frequent disconnects with Zoom calls. I now use Speedify to switch over to my cell phone hot spot, and that is keeping me connected with an occasional hiccup. Have to restart Amazon a few times a day as it disconnects. The disconnects are a problem with my Mom's captioned phone, so we keep her on the hot spot for that. Long story short, it's amazing, but it's a beta. Consider what you need to count on regarding disconnects and either find workarounds, or wait until it's out of beta.
I have both in my house. I have three ISPs and I have 2 of them load balanced through a dual WAN router and I have a Speedify account that I use for video conference calls or if I just want to download something extra fast.
Dual WAN doesn't merge the feeds (unless you are a networking wizard and implement a bunch of GIT packages). It just does failover and load balancing but that sounds like it is all you need. I find Speedify adds about 30ms to my latency.
I would like the IPs to stay the same, and actually I like the idea of running my own tunnel (I already run my own Kubernetes clusters, AWS architecture, etc.). It sounds like SpeedFusion/pepwave are similar to the connection bonding I was describing with Speedify (their dedicated IP solution costs ~$300 a year, and I don’t trust their security, which is why I’d prefer to self-host). I just started looking into FusionHub Solo and it sounds like the right solution, but still reading... any further insights appreciated ;)
I use both Speedify and a multi WAN router. I have three ISPs...
Telus DSL 10mbps down 1 mbps up (low latency)
Velocity (microwave towers) ~20mbps down 3mbps up (medium latency)
Starlink usually about 50mbps down and 15mbps up (medium latency)
I have the Telus and Velocity on a multiWAN router. Unfortunately, the Starlink comes into the house in a different area and I can't easily get it to that router. So I use Speedify to combine it with the others.
The downside of Speedify is that is does add some additional latency which is noticeable for gaming. But it is incredible for bandwidth.
If possible, I would suggest using a multi WAN router but Speedify is good if you can't connect both ISPs to the same router.
Thanks for the tip, I've never heard of Speedify before this. I just pre-ordered Starlink. I have "free" internet at the RV park I'm at and looking to upgrade, but maybe I can augment it instead of just replacing it.
I have been using Speedify for years (although not with Starlink) and I haven't noticed any problems with video calls using MS Teams. Indeed, it prioritises the streaming traffic. Obviously your mileage may vary but that is my experience. I certainly think that it is a strong contender for those that have at least some other form of basic connectivity and are trying to use starlink for work during the beta phase.
I use Speedify + Starlink + my LTE phone to created a bonded VPN connection that does not drop when my Starlink drops for those short intervals.
I can game for hours on end now, no worries of disconnect.
I do have good LTE signal where I am... it's just $$$$ to use it as a primary connection. But it's fine for the < 1% failover traffic.
Speedify is free to try and has a life time membership of like $20 that also includes connectify.
Prices may have changed but that's about what I paid a few years ago then decided I hated the extreme speed reduction
You can't bond two connections like that. You also can't keep the IP of one while perusing the other. You need Speedify or something similar to have a reliable connection that ends with your public IP and you connect to the other end of that with either one (or both) of your connections.
You can only do basic failover in-house, bonding or failover without IP change will require a service like Speedify.
You have no idea how much people in rural areas are willing to pay for decent internet, or the lengths they’ll go through. Speedify does a great job of abstracting the technical details away, and is very consumer-oriented. As for price, I’ve seen folks pay hundreds per month for pretty mediocre service because it’s the only way they can get anything working.
But keep talking out your ass, and keep it up with your racist comments about off-shore TACs.
Has anyone documented their experience with Speedify? I have been hacking together an OpenWRT based router solution that will hopefully (assuming I can get it working) use application-aware routing to select the best ISP for a given application. So, for instance, I am hoping to combine satellite with a cellular plan that has a monthly data limit. I wonder if Speedify can be used to accomplish this same thing?
T-mobile, family plan. I use PdaNet to tether & slide the cap then Speedify to merge them into a single connection. There may be bailing twine involved but it gets me up to around 8-10 on a good day.
If it’s the dumping a tonne of money that’s putting you off, Speedify will do you a bonded link for cheap - but you’ll have to build the hardware side of things yourself. Raspberry Pis with cellular connections etc.
Well there are multiple Bonding VPN Services by now. Entirely software based like Speedify, simple bonding implemented in Routers or a combination of Hard- & Software the likes of Peplink offers.
Speed depends on the location. With consumer LTE Routers I usually get upload speeds between 15 and 60 MBit/s up. Download Speeds improved radically this year. Depending on the carrier and were I'm located at the moment I get can get up to 200 Mbit/s down via a single LTE-A connection. Some carriers are offering unlimited data day passes for a low daily fee.
Opera browser ile gelen default VPN calısıyor direk. Speedify var ama ben beles kullanıyorum o yuzden GB kısıtlaması var ama cok nadir actıgım icin sorun olmuyor. Bunları kullanırken guvenlik garantisi veremem tabi girdigin siteler, bilgilerin vs. calınabilir ona gore. Internetten zaman zaman baska VPNler bulup kullanmıstım ama isimlerini hatırlamıyorum.
Bunların calısması icin driverlarının aktif olup, pcnin izin vermesi gerekiyor. Yuklerken sorması lazım sana. Onun ayarı yapılmadıysa, windows firewall vs. blokluyor olabilir.
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For 2+ users, I think you can create your own portable server using Raspberry Pi. Speedify has a Linux client, and you can use it to bond the network connections in Raspberry.
All your devices can connect to Raspberry, and Raspberry will then connect to Speedify. Speedify takes care of combining all your network connection.
I want to try it, but I have trouble obtaining LTE shields/HATs since I'm from the Philippines (ie, delivery fees cost more than the item itself).
I've only tried Raspberry Pi with OpenVPN. I used it as a VPN server for my laptop and desktop at home.
As for standout portable modems, I'm still deciding between TP-Link m7650 or Netgear Nighthawk m2. Huawei B818 also looks like a good option for non-portable setups.
Try Speedify. You only get 2GB with free account, but unlike other trial editions ALL servers in Speedify are open for trial users.
So, you can directly select SG server and take a look around. 2GB means you can play for at least 5+ days. If you feel like playing in SEA then you can invest in VPN premium.
I've tried looking for the login info and the Altice website says it lists them, but nothing is there.😅 As far as modem stats go, I'm not entirely sure I follow what you mean. I've done speed tests and have my phone connected to the wifi with an app called Speedify running in the background that tells me if there's any loss or anything like that and the speed is on point. Just keeps randomly disconnecting.
As Mrbeyond13 said in his message, Speedify. It let me download the game just fine.
Start the VPN, login into Steam, start downloading the game and uninstall the VPN, because his job is already done at that point.
I had exactly the same problem and recently solved it. You can install a VPN and hotspot software on a laptop, then connect the Switch to the hotspot. I used Connectify and Speedify which changed the NAT type to type B.
Alternatively you might be able to change the NAT type directly using your router. I wasn’t able to do this as my router is a 4G hotspot router, so it depends
change your region to Russia in settings.
Download the free VPN Speedify, from playstore.
Then connect to the Russian server,
(in Speedify VPN App) choose Moscow, (server) then go to Software update in settings click on update.
Worked for me, hope this helps? 👍
Within the GUI of the USG this will not be possible. Through a JSON file and custom config it will be. I however not expert enough to explain.
I might suggest an alternative solution. Most likely the VDSL connection already comes with its own router. On top I am assuming you are using VLAN aware switches.
Assume the connection is Cable - USG WAN - VLAN aware switch port 1
Choose a separate VLAN ID for the VDSL (VLAN 500 for example)
Connect the VDSL router straight to a port on the switch that you assign to VLAN 500 basically bypassing the USG.
As you switches are VLAN aware, by assigning 1 or multiple VLANs to a switchport both connections are routable. If you now from the Speedify Linux machine connect two lan cables to a VLAN aware switch, you will get an internal IP from the VDSL router and an internal IP from the USG. You can now start doing Speedify.
Na Vivo era 80ms e na NET é 100ms? Acho que pode ser só diferença de rota mesmo. Já explicaram aqui que a NET é meio chata com troca de tráfego, por vezes forçando o tráfego por rotas muito piores por questões contratuais.
Você pode tentar usar alguma VPN com servidor aqui no Brasil. Speedify têm servidores em São Paulo e você não precisa de conta para usar os primeiros 5GB mensais. Vale a tentativa.
I asked around here last week or so, same problem.
I play Overwatch and the game just won’t log in.
As for the VPN, I use the ExpressVPN and the Speedify, play under the America server, both got around 10-20 ping.
Also it’s kind of an issue because the network will block the website if you search for VPN on Google……
1.use dotvpn on chrome to be able to access other vpn sites
2.hotspot has free and premium options free gives you 500 mb per day(Fast), Speedify gives you 5gb per month(meh), I used express vpn before and its fast, good but expensive since you pay for the whole year at once, There's a free option called softether vpn where you have hundreds of city options but its slow and vpns are kinda community made so i'm nit sure if they are trusted
4.No, I've been using it for 7 years and my friends have been too, Nothing happened.
I (Bangladesh) use VPN which auto chose Taiwanese server for fastest bandwidth. I get mostly Chinese, Indian and other Asian players. But I get European players too.
Never tried servers of other countries. Been playing since February. Never had issues. I use free data VPN (5-15GB; Speedify, Windscribe).
Oh sorry, I didn’t realise this. If you are looking into VPN’s only for YouTube, there are many reliable free ones that offer 5GB such as Speedify. I tend to use this one if I go overseas to watch NRL.
you can also keep and eye on . some of their software bundles have paid VPN services in them for almost nothing. I got 1 year of Speedify for like $8 that way. My personal recommendation for VPN's is PIA and ExpressVPN.
Have you tried to additionally install Speedify? I also don't like any additional stuff when things supposed to run smoothly.
Another thing to try is to change the protocol to IPsec or IKEv2.
I assume you did reinstall your VPN already. Sometimes it really helps to reinstall the app and reload your phone.
Sorry if everything above is pretty generic.
Only certain VPN points are blacklisted with Fanatical. A lot of gamers use VPN services that have been Humble Bundled, like Speedify: these are more likely to be blocked. I can use the VPN service provided by my usenet provider with Fanatical to avoid inflated pricing.
I use Speedify VPN and it bonds ADSL+4G together, thats the best speeds I've found
I hope thats what your question meant anyway :)
I usually have 180ms to 220ms to EU servers (from portugal) If I use Private Internet Access VPN and connect to a frankfurt server I have the same latency but if I use the Speedify and connect to a frankfurt server I get 40-70ms so thank you now I can actually play the game
Hi - Cristian from Speedify here. I would strongly recommend you read about channel bonding / link aggregation technology and how it is used in software products. Speedify is a fast bonding VPN that uses that technology to combine multiple internet connections. The fact is that Speedify is helping a lot of people minimize packet loss, even when using a single connection, thanks to its error correction algorithms.
To answer /u/gordegort's question about potential bans from Epic - I would advise contacting them directly.
In this context, it just means that all your internet traffic gets tunneled through their VPN server before reaching its destination on the internet.
It's the only practical way to bond two separate internet connections (like the connection to your local Wi-Fi router and the 3G/4G/5G connection to your mobile data network) together to benefit from the combined bandwidth available from both connections.
So let's say you're downloading a large file and your mobile data connection has 10 Mbps of bandwidth available and your Wi-Fi connection has 20 Mbps of bandwidth available. The VPN server can download the file on your behalf and then send it to your device via your Wi-Fi and mobile data connections simultaneously so that you can now download the file at roughly 30 Mbps rather than being limited to 10 or 20 Mbps (as would be the case without Speedify).
Don't think so, heres my internet speed results:
I live in South San Diego and our area suffers from packet loss when connecting to the AMZN servers (Fortnite uses these servers), however I have remedied the problem by downloading a VPN called Speedify and now I get 0% packet loss and usually 20-30 ping in game so don't think that's the issue. I played with the VPN off and its the same thing.
I actually used a VPN called Speedify and it seems to have fixed the packet loss but I'm still getting these microstutters in all my online games and across all my Pcs at home.
So I'm guessing sure the packet loss is fixed but all Speedify is doing just rerouting it, its still hitting my house but not its rerouted before its sent so I'm not losing any so yea I think I am screwed.
I pull 32Mbp/s (around 4MB/s) here in downtown San Francisco on my unlocked LG something.
I bought the cheapest CDMA unlocked android with a decent battery and use EasyTether or PDANet+ with Speedify to both bond with my WiFi (the occasional network or phone hickup is saved and all my data VPNed). I’ve gone through 32GB so far.
I use Speedify which combines both WiFi and data for more reliability(and speed but mostly reliability since I have gigabit at home) so I haven’t noticed it much but I do have to reset my VPN every day in the morning since it times out at night.
Speedify is a channel bonding VPN that will combine all of your available connections. So for instance on your iOS device it will combine your Cellular and WiFi radios to give you faster reliable internet all with the security of a VPN. You can learn more here . It's available for all major platforms. I'd be happy to answer any specific questions you may have.
I tried this vpn called "Speedify" for a good game or so and had 0% packet loss the whole time based off results of another user that had the same problems from Cox. I got a couple ping spikes so I'm probably going to find a faster VPN. I just tried it out today to see what would happen since I was getting 30%-40% packet loss the whole day. The user did say they have been using Speedify for a good amount of time and found it was the only solution so I believe it should be fine ban-wise.
Feel free to read the other comments in the thread, but in short: It's likely bonding with Speedify. It seems like I need a dedicated PC in order to give all devices the bonded connection.
Edit: Their VPN servers splits the packages up, their software on my PC puts them back together, resulting in higher speed. Maybe not exactly like that, but the end result is much higher speed on everything, including streams from Netflix, Youtube, Steam downloads, single file downloads (tried an Ubuntu dist as example).
It will absolutely affect your internet speed, and depending how far away the server is that you’re connecting to, your ping in some multiplayer games would be so bad it’d be literally unplayable. That said, you’d just have to remember to turn it off before launching a game and you’d be fine.
If you really want a VPN running in-game though, I’d look into services like Speedify that advertise themselves as having fast connection speeds and see if they have a server near you. You’ll still take a hit but it’d be negligible compared to a server hosted on the other side of the country
sorry for this late second part answer but I forgot to mention you that you still can access Primedice via a VPN service. Even a free one will do the job, like Hotspot Shield, Speedify, TunnelBear, ProtonVPN or lots of others.
Hope you'll find one who will suits your needs ;)
As far as I know there's a hardware limitation to what you are trying to achieve , I know of an app that can increase your internet speed by combining WiFi and Mobile data (Speedify VPN ) but take a look at autotools connectivity option in tasks , maybe it might help in what you are trying to achieve .
Hi - Cristian from Connectify here. Per /u/hugburger's point, you can use multiple connections simultaneously with our Speedify VPN service. It's the only software-only solution that does channel bonding. Here's a guide on combining multiple Internet connections you'll find useful:
For your setup, you can set your VDSL connection as "Always on" and your tethered mobile connection as "Secondary" - this way, it'll only activate when there's a need for a speed boost, like YouTube and other streaming video websites.
I also believe <could be wrong>the total data used will be doubled due to the nature of the VPN solution. As an example, for 10 MB of video, a given connection (like your cellular device) would need to send that to Speedify, then another 10MB is used to download the Speedified data.
When you're with VM a VPN might not even solve your problem. I use Speedify and still can't access Piratebay. I had a similar issue with GhostVPN before.
Anyway, I went through this list after the most recent blocking and found a few reliable sites that are working fine (with my VPN).
Try them out:
Yes it's real. I've found that it works best at giving you more consistent speeds rather than faster speeds. At home I didn't notice any increases in speed while using speedify but when I was out and had a crappy signal on either wifi or my cellular data then Speedify helped me have more consistent speeds compared to what I got using one or the other. If you are dealing with really important stuff it also has a setting that allows you to setup redundancy which will transfer the data twice over both connections.
I mainly tried it for the VPN feature but thought that the speed boosting thing was interesting. While it didn't booster my speed ymmv and if you're always in areas with crappy signal then the app may help you have a more reliable data connection. They do offer a trial tho. You can use 1gb of data for free. So I would test it and see how it works for you.
Hi - Cristian from Speedify here. Bonding the 2 DSL lines with other types of connections (cellular, public WiFi, etc.) is something that Speedify can do. The advantage of Speedify is that unlike other implementations, it's the only one available to the general public as a software-only solution, not requiring any special bonding hardware. Plus - it adds security to it, being also a VPN.
So, you can bond all supported connections on a certain device (WiFi + cellular on your smartphones, WiFi + cellular + DSL1 + DSL2 on your computers).
Better yet, if you want to share the secured super-connection with all devices in your household, you can do so with the help of Connectify Hotspot, which can share that via WiFi on any Windows computer - see here:
Speedify/Connectify (the bundle) seem to accomplish this for free, but limited. I'd start there. Speedify will establish the VPN, and Connectify will broadcast the network. I believe they were built exactly for that purpose.
I'm not sure if Speedify will allow you to open ports however. There was a VPN provider, StrongVPN which was paid-for and I'm fairly certain they allowed port forwarding.
Currently I use Private Internet Access (really, really cheap) and they allow a single port to be forwarded.
Hi - Cristian from Connectify here. Per what /u/RemixF mentioned - our Speedify app does link aggregation with VPN security. You can combine any number and type of different Internet connections - Speedify will create one connection to the outside, but, as mentioned above, you are able to set up priorities in order to save on 3G data. Better yet - Speedify will not drop as other VPNs do once there's a connection disconnect. Essentially, the computer you'll be running that onto will always be online with 3 connections from different sources.
So - not sure whether you'll be needing a VM anymore, to appear as different machines...
I use a VPN called Speedify. It was recommended because I was having problems connecting to the SEA servers for Rocket League. My ping has now been reduced from 200 to 40 when playing Rocket League in Singapore. Go figure.
Not every computer is set up to respond to ping requests.
I don't have a Blackberry but when I visit a site in my phone's browser it specifically tells me whether the URL is invalid (DNS failure), or whether the web site isn't responding. Without an error message, and without any specific information from you, it's hard to be specific about a fix.
But maybe using a VPN would help. You'd be relying on the VPN's DNS lookup and network connectivity which should be the same whether you're on LTE or not. I use Speedify for this purpose and it's free for limited usage --- but I assume any VPN would work.
I've solved the issue by using a VPN to do the update and then turned it off and it's working normally the VPN I'm using is Speedify and it's not blocked for me, was previously using TunnelBear but blocked months ago.
Speedify VPN. Has 1gb free. No sign up needed. You can get it from the App Store. Unless your apple account is in China. In which case go to settings. Sign out of iTunes account. Then create a new one and pick another country such as New Zealand. At which point you can access blocked apps.
No. I have two VPNs and Express is one of them. Never had an issue. However just get Speedify VPN. It's free for 2gb of traffic with no sign up needed. Just use it for Facebook while your here and you won't even have to pay for it.
I started using Speedify (have to play through a vpn anyway) and it helped a lot with the rubber banding as it can rescue packets or something. It's in the humble bundle but not long left. Maybe an hour...
Defrag - useless, use the windows defrager.
Revo uninstaller - good program
Backup - don't need an app for that and there are others for cheaper or free.
System care - use CCleaner which is recommended and free.
Driver booster - useless junk that doesn't work or damages your drive.
Speedify VPN - probably junk unless you need a monthly subscription at which point the program should be free. I recommend PIA.
Malware fighter - use Malwarebytes, not whatever this is.
Hotspot - there are hundreds of programs that do this, you can also do it yourself without buying anything.
File recovery - never heard of this program before, and it's not one anyone would recommend.
Winzip - use instead 7zip, it's 100% free and works with every type of compression.
I'll admit I don't know anything about Speedify, but PIA is kinda the go-to VPNs for top tier service and being confident that they aren't selling your info.
Just do your research before using speedify because not all VPNs are created equally.
I can't say anything about speedify, but if you are mostly in the market for a VPN then you can sometimes get lifetime deals on VPN Unlimited or PureVPN
40 bucks is a lot more than BTA on a bundle, but after the 1 year Humble license expires, Speedify would need an annual payment to keep it alive...
going by the comparison table on the page linked by /u/ksryn, VPN Unlimited isn't great.
> One of the softwares actually advertise as "Up to 300% Internet Speedup with Internet Booster".
This is marketing. The truth is that ISPs use their own cache servers for things like youtube and you as the end user end up using the cache server when it is either caching while you watch or is under high usage and you end up sitting there waiting for the video to buffer. Using their VPN gets around your ISPs cache server and you end up at Google's server instead making it faster for you the end user. This is just one example. And yes using any other VPN should also do the trick, but Speedify also offers you the ability to combine connections from multiple ISPs, like cable connections and mobile networks, and available wifi broadening your available bandwidth.
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My utility situation is almost ready for complete boondocking. Internet I have some large directional LTE antennas and a good cell router (Mofi), combined with a VPN service that does channel bonding (Speedify), which allows me to utilize the combined bandwidth of any nearby wifi networks I can get on.
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