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How does Dynamic Multihop work?

Dynamic Multihop is an extension of the Multihop functionality we offered previously. While the old Multihop add-on established a connection between specific servers, the Dynamic Multihop add-on now allow you to manually select both the entry- and exit- servers, opening up a vast amount of customization. In fact, the new Dynamic Multihop add-on allows for over 10,000 different combinations.



Old users of Multihop are automatically upgraded to the new Dynamic Multihop feature, while all new purchases of Multihop will instead be for the new-and-improved version.

To connect with Multihop, you will first need to select a server to connect to. This server is the entry server, and is the first server you connect to. Secondly, you need to select a server from which you want your traffic to exit from. This server is the exit server, and is the second server you connect to.

When connecting with Multihop, all of your internet traffic will first be tunneled towards the entry server, and is the server your ISP or other people that may be monitoring your traffic will see you connect to. Once connected to the entry server, your traffic will then be redirected to the second server, the exit server. Your traffic will exit from this server, and you will be assigned an IP address belonging to the exit server. All websites you visit will see your traffic as originating from this exit server, and not the entry server that you connected to.

In short, this means that you can make it look like you are connecting towards a server in Sweden, but have your traffic exit through a server in Germany.