VPN and torrent: the complete guide

Published on Jan 04, 2018

The torrents are one of the methods of sharing files faster and used, both in Italy and abroad. They are appreciated for the speed, ease of use and the amount of material available.

Today, we delve into how to work the VPN with the torrents, if you really need, and what are the best solutions.

Torrents are loved because now through the well-known protocol, you can not only download everything (movies, games, series, books, programs), but also see the matches in streaming (via the well-known and appreciated Acestream) and see series and Movies in streaming (via Popcorn Time, or Streemio).

Remember that torrents are not illegal in and of itself, is illegal to use this technology to exchange the digital products are covered by copyright.

We ChimeraRevo we highly encourage you to respect copyright and the law.

The answer is Yes, VPNS are really useful if you download often torrent.

VPN services allow:

A VPN is useless if you're users very occasional torrent, and never use or Acestream or Popcorn time and the like.

The answer is No, many services, especially free ones, besides that not being very sure (ahead the great to its users, the traffic to the coast and you should keep), severely limit the speed and the traffic can be exchanged, sometimes they explicitly forbid file sharing.

A good VPN service for torrent must:

We have reviewed three really reliable, fast and cheap with these characteristics are:

SOCKS is short for SOCKetS, this is a special type of connection that is a lot like a proxy, it is very simple to implement and allows the routing of TCP traffic and UDP is usually used when the route direct is not available (e.g. it is not possible to open the doors like on many of the VPN).

There are three versions of SOCKS: 4, 4a, and 5. 5 which is the most used by the VPN, is an extension of version 4 to which has been added the support to a greater number of security protocols, the IPv6 and UDP connections.

The SOCKS are useless if you can route direct, then it is usually absent from the excellent services that allow the port forwarding (that is, to open the doors, so as to allow TCP and UDP traffic).

In the first place, you have to choose a VPN service that supports SOCKS5, then just go on the page of the service that you have chosen to get the configuration of the torrent client.

Every VPN service suggests their parameters and offers a very detailed guide in which every step is illustrated by an image.

The service with the guide to be more detailed on the subject is NordVPN, which offers tutorials for pretty much every torrent client exists, you can find them all on the dedicated page.

If your VPN service supports port forwarding and not the SOCKS5 there is no problem, just open it in its settings a port and insert it onto your client, you can easily find a dedicated guide on the website of the service you have chosen.

But also the help that is provided by IPVanish, really clear and simple to follow, can be found at this address.

Our guide on VPN and torrent has come to an end, let us know with a comment if you've chosen a VPN service and as you are.

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