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    VPN vs. OmniEdge

    What is the difference between OmniEdge and VPNs?

    A virtual private network (VPN) extends a private network across a public network and enables users to send and receive data across shared or public networks as if their computing devices were directly connected to the private network. There is always a VPN server that provides such services. The Users connect to the server and are replayed by the server.

    OmniEdge doesn't need any central Sever, which creates a peer-to-peer tunnel between two nodes, builds a virtual network for all the devices which connect to each other.

    Benefits of OmniEdge vs. VPNs,dVPNs, Blockchain VPNs

    With OmniEdge, you:

    • Don't need any VPN server anymore.
    • Don't need any VPN gateway for your company's different branches.
    • OmniEdge provide a peer-to-peer connection between devices without server relay, while VPN always reley on your connections.

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    Basic Information

    SoftwareVersionLinux/Windows/MacOS/BSDiOS/Android
    OpenVPN2.4.11Yes/Yes/Yes/YesYes/Yes
    Wireguard1.0Yes/Yes/Yes/YesYes/Yes
    OmniEdge0.1.0Yes/Yes/Yes/YesYes/Yes

    Networking features

    SoftwareTUN/TAPAuto meshingNAT TraversalProtocol
    OpenVPNYes/YesNo(Yes)UDP/TCP
    WireguardYes/NoNoNoUDP
    OmniEdgeNo/YesYesYesUDP

    Security features

    SoftwareCipers
    OpenVPNAES256(OpenSSL)
    WireguardChaCha20
    OmniEdgeTwofish,AES128,ChaCha20

    Performance

    Through put testBandwidth
    Native Network4970 Mbit/s
    OpenVPN
    Wireguard3810 Mbit/s
    OmniEdge3470 Mbit/s

    If you have more questions, feel free to contact us.

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