Love Watching Trans7? Here’s How to Watch it AbroadPublished by John Bennet on December 10, 2018
If you didn’t already know about Trans7 in Indonesia, it burst into the public domain when it broadcast the 2018 FIFA World Cup earlier this year. Initially launched in 2001 as TV7, it was rebranded in 2006.
If you are one of the 8 million Indonesians living outside your home nation, or if you are travelling or working abroad, it’s natural to want to keep up with your favorite sports, shows, and news back home.
However, this setback does not limit you from watching Trans7 while out of the country. By enabling a virtual private network on your favorite Internet-capable device, you can stream your favorite shows at anytime from anywhere in the world. This blog will explain how VPN technology works, how you can use it to access Trans7 content, and what the best VPNs are for the job.
How VPN technology works
The connection between the two devices is encrypted, so that any material passing either way, cannot be seen. When you’ve established a connection between your device and a remote server in Indonesia, you can begin sending requests to view Trans7’s website and access its streaming services. These requests will be decrypted by the remote computer and assigned a new IP address from that jurisdiction; for this example, one from Indonesia. The remote computer will now send your data requests to the website attached to the IP address.
This will initiate a handshake with Trans7’s security which will recognize the Indonesian IP address and begin fulfilling your requests. The material you stream will download to the remote server in data packets, which will be encrypted and sent via the VPN connection. On your end, the data will be decrypted.
Step-by-step: How to use a VPN to stream Trans7 Content
Best VPNs for Streaming Trans7 Content
VyprVPN was founded by individuals who have been handling online security since the foundation of the Internet itself. Based in Sweden, the company is high on security with 256-bit AES encryption, zero-knowledge DNS, anda kill switch.
VyprVPN also does not limit bandwidth for its users and offers them the choice of more than 200,000 IP addresses located on more than 700 servers in more than 70 countries.
PrivateVPN has some of the toughest security protocol around, including a strict no-logs policy, 2,048-bit encryption, built-in leak protection, and an automatic kill switch.
It also has an entire month-long free trial so if you don’t like it, you can always ask for your money back.
SaferVPN has more than 760 servers available throughout 35 countries and offers good spees, a kill switch, and up to 5 devices per license.
Based in Israel, it takes its security and privacy promises very seriously and has support for multiple types of data encryption including PPTP, L2TP/IPSec, IKEv2, and OpenVPN.