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Data Center VPN's versus Residential VPN's

Did you know that there are actually 2 different kinds of ip addresses out there? One set belongs to data center's and servers, while the other set belongs to residential dsl and cable providers. Whats the difference between them and how can a website or network provider tell the difference?

I'll show you 2 examples here, starting with the normal data center ip address:

http://whatismyipaddress.com/ip/192.99.203.5

As you can see here, the ip address belongs to a hosting company. We can easily go to uncle google to verify that and we would see a lot of links pointing to the OVH website to buy their servers. Any website operator can alsosee this and a good majority of them will ban you for using an ip address they know for a fact is not issued by a residential dsl or cable company. Looking at your ip address and who owns it is the quickest way to tell if you are surfing the internet using a proxy or a vpn provider. It only takes seconds for a website operator to know this.

http://whatismyipaddress.com/ip/32.42.21.121

As you can see here, we have a verifiable local dsl company here. We can goto google again to find out who AT&T is and we can see that they are a residential telephone provider and provide internet services for home users. Network operators would hardly give this type of ip address another glance as they know the ip address belongs to a local isp user who is most likely surfing the web on their normal internet service provider without using a proxy or vpn service.

99% of all vpn providers across the globe are using services that utilize data centers. It is by far the easiest way to obtain servers and "offshore" ip addresses.

But what if there was a company that could provide you with a residential internet service provider through a vpn, remote desktop, or sshv2 tunnel services? What if you could look like the real user surfing on a dsl or cable modem from home without any trace of it looking like a vpn service?

By contracting services directly with local internet service providers, IAPS Security Services, L.L.C. has been able to cut-out the traditional data centers and provide residential ip addresses for our services in select countries. Our stealth residential vpn's, remote desktops, and sshv2 tunnel services are not detectable to any proxy or vpn detection methods. We utilize high speed mobile/wireless broadband networks, national telecom companies, and verifiable local internet service providers.

Amongst our providers:

Andorra: Servei de Telecomunicacions d'Andorra
Brazil: Companhia de Telecomunicações do Brasil Central (CTBC/Algar Telecom)
Canada: Bell Canada
Chile: GTD Internet
Costa Rica: Costarricense/RACSA
India: Tata Communications
Israel: Bezeq International
Italy: Telecom Italia
Italy: Tiscali
Mexico: Iusacell
New Zealand: Voyager Internet
Romania: RCS & RDS
Russia: Tomsk Telecommunications Company
Singapore: Tata Communications
Slovenia: Tusmobil
Spain: Telefonica de Espana
Taiwan: Chunghwa Telecom
United Arab Emirates: Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company
Uruguay: Administracion Nacional de Telecomunicaciones

It is very important to note that these are not pirated connections or connections sitting in someone's house. They are professionally contracted services from the isp's themselves, with guarantee uptime and a trouble-free surfing experience.

If you feel a service like this is right for you, welcome home. IAPS Security Services, L.L.C. is the company you've been waiting for. If you'd like apreview of the services mentioned above, please see the following links:

Residential VPN Services: https://www.intl-alliance.com/store/cart.php?gid=15
Residential SSHv2 Services: https://www.intl-alliance.com/store/cart.php?gid=18
Residential Remote Desktops: https://www.intl-alliance.com/store/cart.php?gid=17

There is always a way to remain undetectable. IAPS Security Services, L.L.C.. will help you achieve that. :)
 
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