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Connect and Manage Locations

Jun 06, 2022
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Looking to efficiently connect and manage multiple locations on your Linux OS? Look no further than our comprehensive guide! Our step-by-step instructions will help you master the art of location management on Linux:

Connect with your preferred country

So you’d like to connect to a specific location? No worries, PureVPN has over 6,500+ Fastest VPN Servers in 78+ and you can connect to your chosen one.

  • Click the 🌐 Locations at the left panel of the PureVPN app.
  • Choose your desired location from the list of countries.
  • You are now connected to the PureVPN app with your desired location.
Connect via recommended server/ location

Wondering what is the recommended server? Well, the recommended server will automatically connect you to a country/ server proposed  by our smart algorithm (based on geographical distance). Read more about how PureVPN smart algorithms work. How to get connected with the recommended server/location? Follow the instructions below πŸ‘‡

  • Click the Connected icon at the center and the app will connect you to the fastest VPN server available.
  • If your connection was successful, you should see the Connected status. To disconnect, click the Green button located at the center of the PureVPN app.
Connect with your desired city

With this feature you can explore different cities of a country offered within the PureVPN app. How to choose one? Follow the instructions below πŸ‘‡

  • Click the 🌐 Locations at the left panel of the PureVPN app.
  • Click the Arrow icon provided besides locations and a list of cities will be displayed.
  • List of available cities will be displayed. Click your desired city to get connected.

You are now connected to your desired city.

Filter P2P Location

Finding it difficult to see which servers are best to use for torrenting? These steps will make your life easier. Filter out the P2P supported countries by following the instructions below πŸ‘‡

  • Click the Locations 🌐 option at the left panel of the PureVPN app.
  • Click the P2P button on the top.
  • Once done, you will be able to see P2P supported locations.
Mark Location as Favorite

Enjoying PureVPN? To better your VPN connection experience better PureVPN allows users to mark any location as their favorite to provide the users ease of choosing the locations.

Wondering how? Follow the instructions below πŸ‘‡

  • Click the Locations 🌐 option at the left panel of the PureVPN app.
  • To mark a location as favorite, tap the star icon ⭐ provided besides locations.
  • Location has been marked as favorite successfully.
Connect with Dedicated IP

Here is a brief guide on how to configure a dedicated IP:

  • Click the Locations 🌐 option at the left panel of the PureVPN app.
  • Click the Dedicated IP option to connect.
  • You are now Connected successfully with your Dedicated IP Add-on.

In case you’re already connected to your dedicated IP on another device, you’ll be prompted accordingly to continue as per choice.

If you click Yes then the previous device that was already connected with your dedicated IP address will disconnect and it will connect on your current Linux device. If you click No then it will remain connected to your previous device.
Rate your session

Your feedback is valuable to us. You can express your experience by rating us directly on the PureVPN app.

How can you rate your VPN session? Follow the instructions below πŸ‘‡ 

  • Connect using the Recommended server option or a Desired location of your choice.
  • Upon successful connection, you’ll see Thumbs up and Thumbs down icons to rate your session.
  • When you give a Thumbs down, you’ll be asked to choose a category and leave comments. As soon as you fill it, a support ticket will  open.
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