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Port Forwarding is a packet filter that blocks unrequested inbound traffic from reaching your computer or device when connected to PureVPN.
Most OS have built-in Firewall (like Windows). However, your VPN constructs a tunnel between your PC and the VPN server. This tunnel passes that through the OS’s built-in Firewall and you lose the extra protection (as it cannot read the encrypted packet). Malicious IP packets can probably enter your system from your public IP assigned to you by your VPN service provider.
To provide you with an extra layer of online security, PureVPN has added paid Port Forwarding Add-on. By activating this Add-on, the VPN user activates additional security between the VPN server and the internet so that all internet traffic passes through securely.
PureVPN’s Port Forwarding Add-on functions just like a router’s Firewall. It delivers following benefits to users:
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We are sorry for the inconvenience. You can join us on live chat we will make a Manual invoice for Nat Firewall and then you can pay it easily.
For your information Add on cannot be bought separately, it should be purchased along with PureVPN account.
Thanks for understanding!
question, i already purchased a yearly subscription but everytime i go to purchase the firewall it makes me repurchase the vpn as well?? maybe im ass backwards on this or missing something?
I’m a little confused If I subscribed to a vpn service. My firewalls no longer work.
How is this a good thing?
Thanks for reaching out. If you subscribe to VPN service your Firewall will work fine. There should not be any issue.
Hope you are clear now, let us know if you have further questions!
We respect opinion. However, It is a premium add-on that is not the part of any of our standard packages. It is for the special needs of users, which is the reason why we specially provide it to the subscribed users only with small extra fee.
Thanks for Understanding!
This should be a free add-on.