Interconnect your users, local resources, cloud repositories, and SaaS applications via a VPN gateway. A VPN gateway is your own dedicated VPN server that resides 100 % in the cloud and establishes secure and private connections between all your assets over the public internet.
It requires zero investment in hardware and offers granular access control mechanisms, MFA, or online threat protection.
Try your dedicated VPN gateway for free.
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Secure your connections by a private encrypted tunnel to protect them from eavesdropping and other online threats.
Authenticate and authorize users before granting access to minimize illegitimate entry into your IT environment.
Filter outgoing attempts to access harmful or disreputable websites. Protect against phishing attacks.
Starter is a free business VPN that creates a secure VPN infrastructure for your virtual organization. Every time a user connects, GoodAccess automatically seeks out the nearest gateway location with the lowest latency and assigns an IP address dynamically. This enables secure private browsing and encrypted remote access to IT resources for your coworkers, even if they connect through public Wi-Fi.
Starter comes equipped with Threat Blocker, an always-on feature that stops phishing, malware, botnets, ransomware ploys and other online security threats before they hit the user and breach your network. Learn more about GoodAccess Threat Blocker.
GoodAccess comes with one-click applications for iOS, macOS, Android, Windows and ChromeOS. No configuration is needed. Just invite your colleagues via email to create their account and get the GoodAccess app.
Connect from any network, whether home, office, or café, via a private encrypted tunnel to your nearest VPN gateway, and shield your connection from online threats. GoodAccess is cloud-based, which means zero hardware.
GoodAccess offers 35+ VPN gateway locations distributed globally, supporting a borderless work-from-anywhere model with a secure, anytime-anywhere connectivity.
Your VPN gateway filters web access at the DNS level, providing automated protection from phishing attempts, malware-hosting sites, or productivity sinks. Built-in blacklists are updated every six hours, and you may add your own.
Authenticating and authorizing your users for entry at the VPN gateway provides you with granular access control and user-friendly privilege assignment, while allowing your users to connect securely from anywhere.
A backup gateway that is geographically separate provides you with 100 % uptime, preserving secure connectivity in the event of local ISP outages, network maintenance, or other events.
No card required.
Full onboarding support.
We were looking for fast, secure, and quality audio transmission. We are excited that GoodAccess allows our agents to make phone calls with our clients via VOIP provider using the office IP from their home. GoodAccess is inexpensive, easy-to-use, safe, and the support team is brilliant!
GoodAccess has strong encryption which shows to our customers that we take great care in protecting their data. The app is straightforward to use so we can access our systems from 14 different time zones and work efficiently. Simply a VPN with static IP for a great price.
It's important for us that GoodAccess' VPN with static IP is fast & has low latency, which feels like working from the office. I love the user friendly control panel, which just makes the work much easier!
GoodAccess increases the level of security in our organization. We use it to access several cloud services and our data warehouse. We appreciate the customer-oriented support team, frequent product updates, and the excellent price/value ratio.
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Choose a VPN gateway near your location, select a protocol, and connect.
Invite team members and build your secure environment in 10 minutes.
Get a permanent and unique identifier of your business on the public internet.
Minimize the attack surface by robust user authentication, granular privilege assignment, and strong encryption.
Protect your network from phishing attempts, malicious domains, or productivity sinks.
vpn gateway guide
A VPN gateway is a dedicated VPN cloud server that functions as a hub connecting users and company resources within a private network. Each connection is encapsulated in an encrypted tunnel to protect the transmitted data from interception. A VPN gateway is typically cloud-based; a hardware equivalent is usually called a VPN concentrator.
The gateway also houses additional features, such as IP address assignment, user authentication, or blocking communications with blacklisted domains (DNS filtering). Unlike a shared VPN server, each dedicated VPN server can have a unique static IP address, which can be used for multiple other purposes, such as IP whitelisting.
A VPN gateway is a VPN server that resides in the cloud and creates a secure VPN infrastructure. Just like a legacy hardware VPN server, it establishes secure encrypted connections to protect data from web-based threats during transmission.
A cloud VPN server, or VPN gateway, offers multiple benefits over its hardware counterpart, namely greater scalability and reliability, higher security, and global availability.
A VPN is a necessary component for effective work-from-home enablement. It provides secure and private connections between local or cloud systems and users regardless of their location, which significantly reduces the risk of data compromise to online threats without hampering user experience.
1. Sign up for a free trial. It usually takes several hours to approve your trial.
2. Log into your Control Panel.
3. Fill in your team name and choose your VPN gateway location. For lower latency, it’s best to choose a gateway nearest to your geographical location.
4. Click Get started.
5. In the control panel, you can then invite your team members and connect your resources.
Shared VPN servers are available to multiple users at once. Users get automatically connected to the nearest VPN server to keep latency low, but they don’t get to choose their own. This means the server’s address can change and cannot be used for advanced networking use cases like IP whitelisting.
Shared VPN servers are useful for smaller teams that require private remote connections and low latency, but don’t need advanced features.
On the other hand, when you have a dedicated VPN server, it is your own to use and you choose which one to connect to (if you have more). This means the server can also handle advanced functionalities like access control and DNS filtering because it is dedicated for your use only. Typically a dedicated VPN server will have a static IP address as well.
Traditionally, there have been two basic types of VPN: a site-to-site VPN and point-to-site VPN. Site-to-site connects two local networks, while point-to-site provides secure access to local/cloud resources to remote users.
However, the distinction is becoming blurred, as many VPNs provide both types, and are outfitted with additional features, shifting them more towards the software-defined perimeter (SDP) or zero-trust network access (ZTNA).