How can I use Internet while connected to VPN?

It’s no secret that many people use VPNs to access the internet while connected to public wifi networks. But did you know that you can also use a VPN to access the internet while connected to your home network? Here’s how:

If you’re not already using a VPN, sign up for one. We recommend ExpressVPN. Once you’ve signed up for a VPN and downloaded the app, open it and connect to a server. Any server will do, but we recommend choosing one in your country for the fastest speeds.

Now that you’re connected to a VPN server, open your web browser and go to any website. You should now be able to browse the internet freely and safely, without having to worry about anyone snooping on your traffic.

If you need to use your local internet connection while connected to a VPN, you can do so by following these steps:

Go to the Network and Sharing Center.

In the left pane, click Change adapter settings.

Right-click your VPN connection and click Properties.

At the VPN properties, click the Networking tab.

In the list of networking protocols, double-click Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4).

Click the radio button next to Use the following DNS server addresses.

In the Preferred DNS server field, enter the address of your local DNS server.

Click OK to save your changes.

Worth knowing

There are a few reasons why your internet connection might be slower when you’re using a VPN. One reason is that your traffic is going through an extra step – the VPN server – which can add some latency. However, a premium VPN like NordVPN is so fast that you won’t normally notice any increased latency; the slowdown is usually imperceptible for the user.

Another reason why your VPN-connected internet might be slow is if you’re connecting to a server that’s far away from your physical location. The further the server, the longer it takes for your traffic to reach it. So, if you’re trying to connect to a server in a different country, you might experience some slowdown.

If you’re noticing that your internet is slow when you’re connected to a VPN, there are a few things you can do. First, make sure you’re using a premium VPN like NordVPN. Second, check to see if you’re connecting to a server that’s far away from your physical location. If so, try connecting to a server that’s closer to you. Finally, if you’re still experiencing slow speeds, contact your VPN’s customer support to see if they can help you troubleshoot the issue.

Worth knowing

There are many reasons why your internet connection may not work when you’re connected to a VPN. Here are some common reasons:

1) Your VPN is blocking certain websites or services. Some VPN providers block access to certain websites or services in order to prevent users from accessing them. This could be for security reasons, such as if a website is known to be malicious, or for censorship reasons, such as if a country’s government has ordered that access to certain websites be blocked.

2) The VPN server you’re connected to may be down or experie

Worth knowing

There are a lot of ways to get free internet, but using a VPN is one of the most effective. A VPN, or virtual private network, encrypts your internet connection and allows you to browse the web anonymously. This means that your ISP can’t see what you’re doing online and your real IP address is hidden.

There are many free VPN services available, but not all of them are created equal. Some free VPNs are actually dangerous and could even sell your data to third parties. That’s why it’s important to choose a reputable provider like ProtonVPN. We don’t track or log your online activity, so you can browse freely with peace of mind.

Plus, our free plan offers unlimited data and bandwidth so you can enjoy the Internet without restrictions. Upgrade to ProtonVPN Plus for even more features, such as access to servers in more countries and higher speeds.

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