How to setup VPN on Ubuntu Linux



You need to install 2 packages, use Synaptic or the Command line if you prefer (If you do the first, it will install the second as a dependency):


Click on:

Network Connection icon –> VPN Connections –> Configure VPN


At the Network Connections window click on: Add


Click on: Create



Once you click on “Create” you to get the edit window, these are its sections explained:


1) Connection Name: Type VPNMaster here.

2) Gateway: Enter the server address here.

3) Username and Password: Enter Username and password of the VPN network you are connecting to.

4) NT Domain: Leave this field empty. 



Click on the “Avanced” button


Under the “Authentication” section

- Uncheck PAP and EAP 
- Check “Use Point-to-Point encryption (MPPE)
- Select the type of encryption used on you network. Usually “128-bit (most secure)
- Uncheck all other settings except “Send PPP echo packets”
- Click “OK”




Entering routes:

Back on the Ubuntu VPN client editing window…

- Click on the IPv4 settings tab


1) Leave Method on “Automatic VPN”
2) Click on Routes


1) Address: Enter the internal IP address of the machine you want to connect to
2) Netmask: Netmask of the remote network
3) Gateway: Gateway of the remote network (Usually internal IP address of remote router)
4) Metric: Set Metric to 1

Once you finish reboot your computer and you are done!


What is a VPN?

VPN’s (Virtual Private Network’s) were first used by companies to enable their employees to securely access internal systems such as email remotely (e.g. from home or while on business trips). Today they are increasingly being used for personal use by individuals to protect their privacy while online in public places (e.g. when using the wi-fi connection in a cafe) or in a country where the internet is censored / blocked (e.g. China, Saudi Arabia…).

Why do I need a VPN?

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