Black Friday Upgrade offer is live! Get 89% off upgrading your PureVPN plan today. Upgrade to 5-year plan now! > Offer valid for existing users only.

How to setup IPsec on iOS

Feb 10, 2020
Nov 17, 2022
0 Comments
Download PDF
NOTE
You are recommended to use the PureVPN Android app, which is compatible with Android 8.0 and above and can be downloaded from Google Play. If you are running an older operating system, you might experience an incompatibility error and will have to manually configure PPTP connection settings instead.

Things to Consider:

  1. You have a working internet connection.
  2. An Android Phone/ Tablet.
  3. Own a premium PureVPN account (If you do not already own one, you can buy a subscription from 👉 here.

The following guide will help you setup IPSec on your iOS device so you can enjoy complete internet freedom & security.

  • From your iPhone Homescreen Tap Settings.

Tap Settings.

  • Tap General.

Tap General.

  • Tap VPN.

Tap VPN.

  • Tap Add a new VPN configuration.

Tap Add a new VPN configuration

  • Tap Type and select IPsec as your protocol selection.

Tap on Type and select IPsec as your protocol selection.

Select IPsec as your protocol selection.

  • Insert the following details:
  1. Description: PureVPN IPSec
  2. Server: 👉 Click here to enter your desired server address.
  3. Enter your PureVPN credentials. Here is how you can find your👉 VPN credentials.
  4. Use Certificate: OFF
  5. Group Name: Leave it blank
  6. Secret: 12345678
  7. Proxy: OFF
  • After you’ve entered all the details, tap Done from the top right corner of your screen.

After you’ve entered all the details, tap Done from the top right corner of your screen.

  • You’ll see the profile created under General.

You’ll see the profile created under General.

  •  Toggle the Status to turn ON your VPN connection.

Toggle the Status to turn ON your VPN connection.

  • You are now Connected to PureVPN IPsec protocol.

 Viola! You are now connected to PureVPN IPsec protocol.

Was this article helpful? Rate and share your comments below. Your input matters to us and everyone else in the Cyber Security Community.

How helpful did you find this answer?

Comments (0 )