TorGuard Anonymous VPN Service provides both private Dedicated and Shared IP’s in the country of your choosing.
What’s the difference between Dedicated and Shared IP VPN Services?
Dedicated IP – With this service, one is assigned a single IP that is for your own use only. No other TorGuard VPN clients would have this IP, allowing you to use this as your very own private and secure IP when logging into secure sites. This is especially useful when accessing secure corporate, banking, or IP restricted websites or servers. It’s possible to activate your own Dedicated IP VPN in the country of your choice so that each time you login to that VPN Server, you will be assigned the dedicated IP automatically.
Shared IP – This is the popular and anonymous option for most TorGuard VPN service users. With shared IP VPN’s, you are assigned multiple static, shared IP’s that are being used by hundreds (or thousands) of clients simultaneously. Because the same IP is being shared by such a large pool of users, it in turn offers more anonymity for the end user. All TorGuard VPN service clients get unlimited access to 40+ Shared, static IP VPN’s in over nine different countries.
In conclusion, while shared IP’s offer the greatest amount of VPN anonymity when web browsing, Dedicated IP VPN’s provide personalized security when logging into private servers or web applications. For example, you can use a Shared IP VPN server when downloading torrents, and a dedicated IP VPN server when accessing your private online banking. Most serious TorGuard VPN users switch back and forth between Shared IP and Dedicated IP servers.