Good job with VyprVPN server. It’s a great idea to allow some flexibility for users, while having advantage of using your nicely developed apps.
I wonder what kind of speeds can one expect from the VyprVPN servers?
I am running VyprVPN Server 0.11.0.179 on Digital Ocean’s 10$ droplet on AMS2. When checking speedtest without VPN running on:
I am maxing out my ISP’s connection of 70Mbps down / 25Mbps up.
However when connected to VyprVPN server AMS2 using VyprVPN Mac app I am getting speeds of 20Mbps down / 25Mbps up on any protocol (OVPN AES 160-256, Chameleon).
I have searched for users with similar issues and found plenty of threads regarding slow OpenVPN download speeds on Digital Ocean’s droplets. Some users were suggesting that download VPN speeds are throttled by Digital Ocean, some of them on super high speed Fiber networks were able to get 150Mbps UP but only 20Mbps down…
I have obviously contacted both VyprVPN support regarding this, but they have only stated that they do not put any speed caps on VyprVPN server. I have also contacted Digital Ocean, providing them dozens of threads regarding similar issues, but they obviously deny any throttling (I would be surprised if they would admit doing this actually).
For the reference, when I am using VyprVPN servers on my Mac app, I am maxing out my ISP connection.
This makes me thinking if Digital Ocean throttles the speeds?
Is this VyprVPN server issue?
Anyone else have similar experience?