New Locations

The PROXPN engineers have all been working hard to prepare the new servers which will be based in New York, Los Angeles and also in Amsterdam (Netherlands). This means that an update to your (Windows and Mac) desktop connection software will be available to allow to choose your preferred connection point. Connecting to the most local server will increase your speeds, and spread our server loads too. This is a bonus for all concerned, and great efforts by our development team. More on this as we get closer to a release date.

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  1. Al says:

    Hope you will succeed.
    Just a small suggestion:
    It would be great to be able to force swapping between them or automatically swap at a lap time.

    By the way … GOOD NEWS FOR YOU … PROXPN IS WORKING ALSO ON UBUNTU

    PROXPN IS WORKING LIKE A CHARM ON UBUNTU.

    If you wish i could give the ‘howto’ or i could write it for you somewhere in you bolg or web site.

  2. Sam says:

    I would like to see a ‘howto’ for installing it in Ubuntu.

  3. genesis says:

    long been waited for premium users.

  4. zeus says:

    I want to know too how can i use it in Ubuntu.

  5. dwayne says:

    I’d like that ubuntu how-to!

  6. PushkaCom says:

    Hey ~ pass on the tute on installing on Ubuntu ^__^

    • admin says:

      Hi PushkaCom – at this time, we offer PPTP VPN accounts (with premium proXPN account) for linux – these can typically be set up on most linux distros pretty easily – consult your distro’s documentation for instructions on setting up PPTP VPN accounts.

  7. admin says:

    Hi Gage – tutorial for what?

    You can download and install the free version of proxpn from http://www.proxpn.com

  8. Larry says:

    I’ve never been able to get the “Free” version of proxpn to work in Ubuntu 12.04?

    Anyone else have this working.

    Also, I found out that the “Free” version is restricted to the Seattle only server. Now if I could only get it to work.

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