I counted a total of 53 servers in the IKEv2 protocol for IvacyVPN for Windows International Universal Edition. Today I tested 22 servers, almost half of them, and only 3 servers failed to connect. And most of the servers that connected successfully were fine. For general users of YouTube, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Whatsapp, etc., this speed should be enough for use. This test gives me a feeling as if Columbus had discovered a new world. It’s a great way to connect to the Internet, but I didn’t find it until today! I will continue to test and observe the IvacyVPN wall method, and I will also try to use the IKEv2 protocol to connect to other devices to test.
Yesterday a reader left a comment telling me that the OpenVPN Gui manual configuration server file for IvacyVPN he had was uploaded by me in March this year and was too old hoping I would contact official customer service to get some of the latest OpenVPNGUI configuration files. I contacted official customer service this morning and they did send me a configuration file. When I received this zip file, I opened it and felt very strange how there was only one configuration file…
This is IvacyVPN’s first test since we entered November. While this year’s October storm didn’t come as ferocious as in previous years, the warm water approach has affected the success rate and speed of many VPNs and wallop tool servers. Today is still the day of the US election, haha! I’ll be testing IvacyVPN today using Windows 10 as a testing platform, first on its China app IvacyPrime and then on its manually configured OpenVPN Gui. I hope this test will be useful as a reference for all of you…
The last time IvacyVPN’s performance in Windows 10 was tested was in early October, although it can be used normally. But the overall performance is not unsatisfactory. Now that it has entered the second half of October, I believe that the impact of the October blockade should be almost over. Although the blockade is not as severe as expected, all there is. I hope IvacyVPN can have a good performance in this test, and at the same time provide readers with a fair and objective reference.
It’s been a long time since I last tested IvacyVPN, so I hope this test will surprise me and my readers. The device tested was still Windows 10, and the connection was tested in 2 ways. One is through the Prime version of IvacyVPN, and the other is through the manual configuration of OpenVPN Gui. It should also be noted that my configuration file is previous, I didn’t go looking for the latest one. But this test I think is enough to show how well IvacyVPN performs in the Chinese market.
I’ve been busy with personal stuff for the past few days, so I can’t really spare time to do testing for you. Today, I have some free time to test IvacyVPN, as it has been undergoing testing for over 2 weeks now. I’ll be rotating through each of the VPNs so that I can ensure that you all have a fresh look at what they’re up to in real time, and so that I can juggle my work with the ongoing updates to this blog. I’ve kept the same principles in mind, and I’m going to write about all of them, whether they work or don’t work, because I want you to know what’s going on.
Today I’m going to be running a connection flip test on the Chinese version of IvacyVPN’s IvacyVPN Prime app version and the manually configured version of the OpenVPN GUI using Windows 10 as the test device. The two connection methods will allow you to see their advantages and disadvantages more directly and clearly. However, I would like to point out that this is not yet a period of wall-climbing crackdown, and if it is, I would generally recommend using manual configuration to connect, as the stability and success rate will be relatively good. I hope this test will be of reference value to you.