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Why Does VPN Slow Down Internet Speed? How to Fix It?

Why is my VPN connection so slow?

Is it normal that the Internet gets slow after using VPN?

So, the answer is likely to be YES!

Those who are familiar to Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) well know the painful experience about slow internet speed.

Contradictory, VPNs software is the best when we talk about network tempo. VPN software shift your current geographically location and change your routerIP due to this some sort of a speed drop is certain to happen.

Good News! There are various ways to enhance your internet connection speed while using a VPN. In this tutorial, we are going to start with the easiest and will get a bit technical trivial at the very end.

So keep on reading and, hopefully, you will gonna find something that helps you to enhance your Internet experience.

Server and Router Location

Top-notch VPN software offers thousands of servers in different geographical locations. This is quite important if you want to break geo-blocking limitations. For example, to reach routerlogin.net web page, you need a server in the United States.

Meanwhile, if you have placed a router at any Russian geographical area and you want to open routerlogin.net login page from the Asian zone, then you need servers in those countries too.

Unless you need a specific zone server, there's no reason to reach to the far one. Just select the server, gateway, or router nearby, the encryption will still be there, and your routerIP address will remain out of sight.

If you are experiencing slow Internet after using VPN on the selected remote router or server- try to change it, you might feel amazed.

An Overloaded Server or Router

There are a very small amount of people that use the same server without worrying about the network speed. Another problem- poor quick connectivity, it will send lots of users from your nearby location to the specific server thus traffic jam on the server.

But Luckily, some router brands like Netgear offers VPN service. All you just need to visit Netgear router login page, enter the router login credentials, and choose the VPN server loads on its GUIs.

Boom! The problem of slow internet after using VPN get solved.

Enable Split-Tunneling

Split-tunneling is an easy feature. This is seldom overlooked feature. Split-tunneling allows you to list what data is sent through virtual private networks' servers, and which will go directly via an internet service provider.

For example, If you want to play Player Unknown's Battlegrounds and download a movie at the same time. If you do this without using split-tunnelling, then all the bandwidth will be eaten up at the downloading process. If you use split-tunnelling, then the movie data packets will go via the VPN server, and PUBG will go through ISP. Thus it decreases the change of interference in-between them.

Sum Up

The data flow paths, the servers' quality, and the network infrastructure all make a major impact when we talk about VPN speed. So, it's good to keep on changing the server location because some VPNs will have better infrastructure and faster servers. So, good luck!

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