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VPN connection error

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#1 john23jay


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Posted 19 June 2010 - 07:24 AM

Hi there!

I am a VPN newbie here. I just created a free account on "Its Hidden" (http://www.itshidden.com/)

I am having a connection error whenever I want to connect to my VPN. I always get error 800 or 807. I don't know why it occurs. My friend who referred me to this kind of service has no problem with what I am encountering. I set up the connection carefully what's indicated in the setup instruction of the website. Actually, I followed the Windows Vista's instruction because it's the closest OS to my Windows 7 Pro. After setting up, I try to connect to it then it fails, getting errors 800 or 807. I never experienced using VPN since it always fails to establish connection.

I also don't know if my ISP allows VPN so it maybe the reason why?

On the usage stats on Its Hidden website, it says "offline". From morning, noon, afternoon, until evening its always indicated "offline". I guess this maybe the main reason why I can't connect to my VPN. If so, what free VPN servers would you recommend? If not, what do you think I should do?


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#2 gavinseabrook


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Posted 25 June 2010 - 12:05 AM

You would be better off using something like RealVNC.

Gavin Seabrook


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