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.
Today I will continue to test the IvacyVPN over the wall test in Windows for everyone. First of all, I always hope to convey a message to readers: In the foreseeable future, the firewall will always exist; with this wall, the use of any VPN or other tools by users in China is a dynamic […]
Today I’ll be testing the official recommendation of IvacyVPN Prime and manually configuring the OpenVPN GUI in Windows 10. I’ve also been told by a reader that to use IvacyVPN International Edition you need to clear the DNS contamination before you can connect using the International Edition (there’s a link to the tutorial at the end of the article, so feel free to check it out if you need to). Since I haven’t tried this method, I’ll have to study it before I can find the time to do the test, and it would be a waste of your valuable reading time if I test it blindly without understanding it myself.
I tested IvacyVPN in Windows 10 today. Everyone has seen the specific test results, the server connection success rate is still good, and some servers are also ok. Everyone needs to pay attention here. I tested the Chinese version of IvacyVPN, not its international version. IvacyVPN is used in China. At present, Windows and Android can be directly connected through its Chinese version of the app. Since other devices cannot directly use its international version, they need to be connected through manual configuration.
A reader left me a comment that ExpressVPN’s officially recommended method is temporarily unavailable, but today’s test revealed that it still works. This may be due to different parameters depending on the region, device, and ISP. If you are unable to use the officially recommended “Auto+4 Servers” method for wall-climbing, then you can try IKEv2 for your connection. In fact, ExpressVPN also supports manual configuration of the connection…
Today again, I’ll be running live tests on 7 of the most commonly used VPN wall-flipping tools in China. Usage of each VPN in China. If I find more suitable flip wall VPNs, I will also add them to the list, and hopefully, this test will help you use them on a regular basis! Serves as a bit of a reference. If you have any questions, drop me a line, not only will I answer you, but other dedicated readers will help you with the problems you encounter…