Your iPad contains a lot of your personal data: browsing history, financial information, email, photos, and even more.
VPN encrypts all the traffic of the Internet coming in and out of your iPad to keep your data and information safe.
The Limitations of VPN for iPad
VPN service providers head for placing definite limitations on users hoping to use VPN on iPads. These limitations head for affecting the internet experience you are having in two ways:
Data and Bandwidth Limits
For some VPN services suppliers, you could face a monthly download limit. Hand devices like iPad have a networking architecture unlike usual internet-enabled devices.
Server approachability may be limited and you will be able to approach all of the VPN service provider’s servers. For example, you have to know the precise number of countries and servers that you will be able to approach to you, if the home page of a VPN service provider says that they have over 600 servers in over 110 countries, because the number of VPN on computer system users is more than the number of iPad VPN users.
After updating from iOS 7 to iOS 8, you will be asked for a “VPN password“, when attempting to access the Internet and you will face connectivity problems.
A window will appear asking you to enter your user authentication:
Put it and click ok
If there is a problem a window will appear displaying the error and saying negotiation with VPN server failed.