I am looking for a new VPN service for I am experiencing geolocation problems with my actual provider. AirVPN looks like could be the one that suits me quite well. Actually, it could be perfect if it had 5 connections but I know this is not an option, unlikely...
Anyway, browsing around the site I got a doubt and I am asking for clarifications.
If I got it right, when I am connected to any server (let's say a server in Hong Kong) I can still access georestricted contents for some broadcasters (for example, BBC, FranceTV, RAI, RSI). All of these from within the same server! Is it right? If so, is it true for any server? In the case, I am puzzled: how does it work?
On the other side, if a site which is georestricted is not in the "granted" list in the "Website support" page, then to access it I need to connect to a server in the same country as the site, right? So, if there is not such a server, I can not access such a site (and, I must say, the list of countries with a server is not impressive).
Now a couple of questions about the client and the connection.
I am using linux, so I think I have two options: AirVPN client (aka Eddie) or openvpn. Is there a difference between the two of them? Is one of them to be preferred (and why)? Is it possible, with any of them, to choose an "auto" connection (ie, the one which should be the best at the moment of going up)?
I am asking this because on my desktop it would make little to none difference to use one client or the other, but I am also using it on my raspberry where for me the (much) preferred choice would be openvpn, so I would like to get the most from such client.
Thank you in advance.