June 15, 2021 China VPN test, today will test the Windows version of PureVPN, this test PureVPN version is 126.96.36.199, VPN connection protocol will use Automatic + IKEv2. Currently PureVPN then Windows only supports IKEv2, TCP, UDP three kinds of protocol options, according to the previous connection, IKEv2 protocol connection is the best. I have rarely tested the Auto protocol, so this test will be conducted first with Auto and then with IKEv2, and the Auto test will include a speed test, while the IKEv2 test will only publish the test results. There is a big difference.
May 27, 2021 China VPN test, today I will test the international universal version of PureVPN’s APP in IOS/iPhone for mainland China. the IOS version of PureVPN is 8.14.2 and the protocol used for the connection is Automatic (when Auto protocol is turned off in the APP, you can manually select IPSec, IKEv2, TCP, UDP four kinds of protocols). The official advice to mainland China is to use manual configuration for IOS devices to connect, rather than APP direct connection, so let’s try to see if its APP can be successfully connected in the end. If the connection is not ideal under the Auto protocol, I will manually switch the protocol to IKEv2 and UDP to test the connection and will indicate the protocol options.
May 24, 2021 China VPN real test, in 11 days is the day of network blockade, according to the practice of the past years. China network blockade will start in the days that will be cut off, and perhaps it has already started now, just not strictly enough to block a large area. This time, the connection to PureVPN will be tested live in Windows 10 devices, and the system will be able to understand the latest situation as well as find a solution to connect to VPNl through such a test. If you have any questions, you can communicate in the comments section (anonymous).May 24, 2021 China VPN real test, in 11 days is the day of network blockade, according to the practice of the past years. China network blockade will start in the days that will be cut off, and perhaps it has already started now, just not strictly enough to block a large area. This time, the connection to PureVPN will be tested live in Windows 10 devices, and the system will be able to understand the latest situation as well as find a solution to connect to VPNl through such a test. If you have any questions, you can communicate in the comments section (anonymous).
April 26, 2021 test report, today will be another test of PureVPN on Windows 10 for the IKEv2 protocol, this is already my 125th test report on PureVPN. For any VPN in China, you need to persistently test it and summarize its usage over a long period of time to be the most realistic. At the same time, it is most accurate to observe and test the use of it according to the latest dynamics of China’s network firewalls correspondingly. For any reader is also the only way to truly understand the long-term use of a VPN in China. I hope such a test will be helpful to everyone, if you have any questions, you can leave a message to exchange (the message is anonymous, please feel free to use).
April 7, 2021 – Today will be a test of the IKEv2 protocol in PureVPN’s App in Windows 10. Before testing I checked the latest version of PureVPN and confirmed that 188.8.131.52 is currently the latest version in Win10. When checking its version, I found that the initial loading speed of PureVPN is quite long when opening, about 90 seconds, which is not a good experience for users. But then again, for mainland China users, being able to connect to the server successfully and securely is the most important thing.
March 24, 2021, PureVPN will be tested again in Windows 10 and Macbook for mainland China. It’s been 9 days since the last test, and regular server connection tests for each VPN are a must to understand how a VPN actually works in mainland China. The PureVPN App in this test is the international common version, the protocol which is using IKEv2, I hope that this test will let you know its real usage in China region.
March 15, 2021, I can’t believe I forgot to test PureVPN recently. After looking at the last test of PureVPN which actually stopped on March 1, today I will once again test PureVPN in mainland China, and the test will use the IKEv2 protocol to connect. The choice of servers was randomly selected, as PureVPN officially does not specify which servers are suitable for mainland China. Hopefully, such a test will provide some reference for readers during their usage.