Right now I would recommend ovpn.com. it's the one I'm using and it's great. You should also check Mullvad.net.
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Obligatory:https://thatoneprivacysite.net/vpn-comparison-chart/I heard good things about https://vcp.ovpn.to/ but I doubt that I will work in China. But if you don't need a VPN in China I would go with ovpn.
Ovpn.com is best. Also lot of tutorials how to setup on pi. And their staff has extreme much knowledge.
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Currently I'm on OVPN via a pfSense box (doesn't support WG yet).Tinc is neat if you need a mesh network but it was an utter pain to properly setup (half the time I wouldn't get any connection, the other I would not get data over it).OVPN and WG have been fairly pleasant in that regard, though OVPN still suffers from some non-obvious failure cases when you stray away from a simple VPN connection.In my case, I only dial into a OVH instance to A) setup/config containers on it and B) use OVH as VPN.Tinc's mesh network is overkill, the clients are all behind X number of NATs or firewalls and without the central server there is no use for the VPN.I might think about Tinc again if I feel the urge to setup multiple boxes.
I don't know anything about OVPN, but Perfect Privacy has been good for me. Perfect Privacy has port-forwarding, good speed, a forum, and a ticket system. They have always responded to me right away.
I would say, that you should stay with OVPN. I've been using OVPN since beginning 2021 till now and i'm satisfied with it. Before OVPN i used Mullvad, ProtonVPN and Nord (I use OVPN for surfing, streaming, a lil bit torrenting and gaming)
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OpenVPN is nice too and will work on the same cheap VPS. They have a command line version, and a paid product, Connect, which has a web UI for configuration.It's free for a low number of users, though. And it also has clients for Android.I find that I get better speeds through OVPN than through an SSH tunnel.
I recently switched over to OVPN and pretty happy with it. they've been taken to court and proved they had no logs. never used mullvad, but they're in the same country as OVPN and seem to operate the same way.
I believe ProtonVPN to be one of the better VPN services for streaming at the moment. I’ve personally tried four separate VPN services, and I’d say ProtonVPN is the best for accessing US content and for speed. There is another service I also use that is very good, but it’s slower and can’t guarantee you streaming unless you get a dedicated IP. In the end, you get what you pay for.
I use and recommend OVPN. I've listed below the primary reasons they are a good fit for me.
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