SSTP Usage

Any VPN connection requires a client and a server.
Both the client and server must “agree” on the protocol and support the connection.
Traditional Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) connections do not use SSL/TLS, so SSTP was introduced to improve the security of data transfers and to avoid limitations set up by firewalls that block specific ports.
Unlike PPTP, SSTP uses SSL/TLS, secure key negotiations, and encrypted transfers.

SSTP Server List
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FIRENET-001
IPv4 Address
:
139.162.63.65
Location
:
Singapore
Status
:
Online
Validity
:
5 Day/s
Created
:
0 of 20
SSTP
:
444
Squid
:
8080
Certificate
:
Flag
FIRENET-002
IPv4 Address
:
139.162.63.166
Location
:
Singapore
Status
:
Offline
Validity
:
5 Day/s
Created
:
0 of 20
SSTP
:
444
Squid
:
8080
Certificate
:
Flag
FIRENET-003
IPv4 Address
:
45.118.132.22
Location
:
Singapore
Status
:
Offline
Validity
:
5 Day/s
Created
:
0 of 20
SSTP
:
444
Squid
:
8080
Certificate
:
Flag
FIRENET-004
IPv4 Address
:
139.162.20.34
Location
:
Singapore
Status
:
Offline
Validity
:
5 Day/s
Created
:
0 of 20
SSTP
:
444
Squid
:
8080
Certificate
:
Flag
DO-001
IPv4 Address
:
159.65.1.195
Location
:
Singapore
Status
:
Online
Validity
:
5 Day/s
Created
:
0 of 20
SSTP
:
444
Squid
:
8080
Certificate
:
Flag
DO-002
IPv4 Address
:
159.65.142.168
Location
:
Singapore
Status
:
Online
Validity
:
5 Day/s
Created
:
0 of 20
SSTP
:
444
Squid
:
8080
Certificate
: