Corporate VPN Latency

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I am facing issues while connecting to corporate VPN on FTTH connection from past few days. There is lot of latency and slowness while on VPN. Sometimes even disconnection. But when I am directly connecting, the speeds are good and do not see any latency.
I tried changing he dns, but no luck. Anyone else facing this issue?

Thanks
 
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132
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Kothamangalam
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BSNL BHARAT FIBER, KERALAVISION BROADBAND
I am also facing the same issue and this problem arises recently.
 
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Pune
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You Broadband
VPNs always slow down your connection. The latency depends on the route i.e. # of hops, geographical location ping times among others. You may also want to consult your company's network infra team on any suggestions on how this can be resolved.
 
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Srivilliputhur (TN)
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BSNL FTTH & 3g, Jio 4g and Airtel 4g
^ I think that OP wasn't talking about the usual increase in latency when using any VPN. I am unsure, though. Either way, it can't be due to BSNL as BSNL is the least cared ISP about how we use the internet. So, the problem is likely in his company's infra.
 
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My corporate VPN has many users, for others users its fine. I am seeing this latency issue with my FTTH connection from mid July. Before that everything was fine. Also we have VPN servers at different locations, but the problem exists with all access locations.
Earlier I used to be connected to the VPN for more that 16 hrs . It never dropped and latency was decent.
 

Kick933

Still Learning
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Haryana
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BSNL FTTH
The issue is with BSNL.
Most of the corporates use VPN to help protect sensitive information.Since the default routes are changed and more and more corporates are using VPN from a provider,if the BSNL is not peered with the Network used by VPN servers,speed get a great hit.
I have seen lots of complain in my area.
Nothing can be done.Try avoiding VPN if it is not a requirement to work.
Or try dual VPN,Latency will take a hit,but if you do a bit a research,I would suggest Hotspot shield since it is based on AWS which is peered with BSNL and have peering with almost every network.
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Correct me if I am wrong.
 

Dark_Nate

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BSNL FTTH
@Kick933 Hotspot shield is bullshit, they log dude, why in the world would you use a logging VPN?




 

Kick933

Still Learning
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Haryana
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BSNL FTTH
I am just providing a solution to the problem.
For a corporate client which is going to use double VPN,logging does not matter.
What I am trying to say is,setup hotspot shield on router,use corporate VPN on pc and viola....It will work like charm