new vpn setup advice

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new vpn setup advice

Post by misulicus » Mon Jan 23, 2012 12:01 pm

Hey guys.
So here is my dillema.
I got a website right.Users signup, pay a mnonthly fee, then they can login to a user pannel and from there they got links to open websites that are accessible from within the USA ony like, hulu, netflix, etc.
I got the website setup for now, but i`m bugged at the actual VPN(i guess) part.
What do i need to make it work like that ? i guess i need a dedicated server in the USA and make it work as a vpn server right ?

Can you give me sugestions, advice on how to proceed? I already got like 300-500 users wich will start using the website right away so i need something that can handle and be scalable in the future.

Any other ideas are welcomed

something similar to:
In fact just like that, is it possible and who can do it and how much will it cost ?

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Re: new vpn setup advice

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