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Can I be connected to the VPN4ALL service on my Apple iPhone using GPRS?
You will be able to connect as long as your GSM provider doesn’t block GRE-packets. You...
Can I connect my server to VPN4ALL?
Yes, but do note that VPNOut does not perform any port mapping for customers. So if you want to...
Can I use MagicJack?
  Sure. It works perfectly well, we tested it!     Is the information...
Can I use VPN4ALL on my mobile phone or PDA?
Please check the product pages on our website for updated VPN4ALL services and which devices are...
Can I use VPN4ALL through my Cable / DSL router or firewall?
If your router/firewall supports PPTP pass through, you wont have any problem connecting. Many...
Can I use VPN4ALL with my X-Box?
You should install VPN4ALL on your PC/Mac and then connect to any US server. Your X-Box should...
Do I have to open any ports on my firewall/router, or do any other special configurations for VPN4ALL service to work?
In general, NO special configuration is necessary. For any normal OpenVPN installation, just...
Do I need a special type of firewall when I use VPN4ALL?
If you have a router and it has been using its built in firewall we recommend that you install a...
Do I need any special equipment or computer peripherals?
No, you don’t need anything special. Any computer will do. However you might want to look...
Does it work with Windows 7?
Yes it does. For Windows users we have a VPN4ALL installer. Use it for easy installation and...
Does VPN4ALL work anywhere and everywhere?
Yes, VPN4ALL’s openVPN will work anywhere and everywhere. Even behind China’s...
Does VPN4ALL work on my Windows computer’s operating system?
If you use Windows Vista or Windows 7, you may need administrator access to the computer. Most...
Does VPN4ALL work when I’m connected to a mesh network?
The answer is “it depends.” Some mesh networks will route VPN protocols, and others...
What devices (computer, PDA, phone, readers, etc.) are supported by your service?
Computers (desktops and laptops) which run Windows XP, Windows Vista (32 + 64 bit...
What Internet connection type do I need to use your services? Will it work over any type of Internet connection?
Our services support all of the following Internet connection types: dial-up, DSL, satellite,...
What ports should be open on my firewall/router for VPN4ALL to work?
For any normal OpenVPN installation, just download the installer and let it run and it will...
What speed ADSL broadband is recommended?
Any of the following Internet connection types will work: dial-up, DSL, satellite, cable, Wi-Fi,...
Will VPN4ALL work through my firewall?
Yes, it will. VPN4ALL guarantees that as long as you have at least one port (any port) open on...

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