Do not directly connect to your VPS using OpenVPN

The traffic that goes through a direct OpenVPN connection can be easily detected by the Firewall, and it will not take long before the IP address of the VPS is blocked. The traffic must be masqueraded via another layer of obfuscation. But if the Firewall decides to block the full ranges of IP addresses of a VPS provider, it can easily do so, thus categorically making any means of obfuscation useless.

I am no networking expert, but I will jut propose a wild idea here: perhaps the Syncthing protocol can be used as non-centralised proxies for web traffic, because I find its relaying servers very efficient in circumventing firewalls.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *