PureVPN Server Locations
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To provide users with a reliable, secure, and fast connection, PureVPN makes use of virtual server locations. A number of our servers are virtual, and these have been clearly mentioned in the list of VPN servers above for your convenience.
So, how are these different from physical servers? When you connect to a virtual server location, you are assigned an IP address from the country of your choice while your traffic is routed via a server in another country with a more stable and better connection.
Connect to state-of-the-art servers engineered for an optimum mix of performance and speed.
Our encrypted servers add an unbreakable layer of protection as you go about your online activities.
You name it, we have it. Our servers support all security protocols (PPTP, OpenVPN, L2TP/IPSec, IKEv2, etc.)
Watching online content without buffering isn’t a dream anymore. Our servers offer insane streaming speeds.
Tired of searching for P2P-optimized servers? Just connect to our optimized P2P servers located in regions where P2P downloading is legal.
Connect to VoIP-enabled servers and enjoy uninterrupted conversations with your loved ones, 24/7 365 days.
We don't have servers on any planets besides Earth (yet!) Just request a server at a particular location on Earth and we will do our best to deploy a high-spec and fastest VPN server just for you.
Have you successfully connected to a VPN server? Find out if the apps you use and websites you visit can see your new public IP address with the What is My IP tool.
A VPN server is either a virtual or physical server that hosts and provides VPN services to users around the world. It’s an amalgamation of VPN software and VPN hardware that enables VPN clients to establish an encrypted connection over less secure networks.
It depends on what your needs are. Take, for instance, if you want to access geo-restricted content, you’ll have to connect to a server location where the content is accessible. Similarly, if speed is your priority, you should connect to a server location that’s closer to your country.
When you use a VPN, your original IP address is replaced with one from the VPN server you are connected to. This is referred to as a VPN server address, and it’s usually shared by multiple users simultaneously.