The Best VPN Servers in Russian Federation
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How to Use the VPN Server List
Here is an updated list of all our VPN server locations. You are free to connect to any server that you want and you can switch between servers as often as you want. You can download configuration files to easily import into your preferred VPN client apps or mobile devices.
* We provide handy, pre-configured location files for OpenVPN and SparkLab’s Viscosity.
|Country||City||VPN Server Address||VPN Protocols||Download VPN Configurations|
|Russian Federation||Moscow||svo1.gpvpn.com||OpenVPN, Cisco IPSec||OpenVPN | Viscosity|
|Russian Federation||Moscow||svo2.gpvpn.com||OpenVPN, Cisco IPSec||OpenVPN | Viscosity|
|Russian Federation||St Petersburg||led1.gpvpn.com||OpenVPN, Cisco IPSec||OpenVPN | Viscosity|
Frequently Asked Questions About Russian Federation VPNs
What is a Russian Federation VPN server?
A Russian Federation VPN server is a relay server that you run all of your internet data through, when you're connected. The VPN will encrypt all of your data for you, so no one can read the data that you're sending or receiving. Also, since you are connecting to web services through the VPN server located in Russian Federation, you will appear to that service as if you are also in Russian Federation, which is handy for getting around geographically locked content.
Read more about why you should be using a VPN server.
How do I choose a VPN server in Russian Federation?
Choosing the VPN server to connect to depends on your needs. If you're looking to secure your data and keep your connection as fast as possible, then you'll want to choose the VPN server that's geographically closest to you.
If you need your traffic to appear as if it's coming from a specific location, then you can use the server that best fits those geographic needs. For example, if you need to see version of a website that you could only see if you were in Russian Federation, then you would choose a server listed above.
How do I switch between VPN servers?
Switching between servers is easy, but the exact process depends on which VPN app you're using. Typically you would just choose the server you want to switch to from your current list, which will automatically disconnect the current server and connect to the new server.
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