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Power your Cent OS with PureVPN by following the easy-to-understand tutorial presented in this support guide.
2 Now you need to install PPTP Type the following three commands one by one:
When you finished the commands, logout/login is required. (Or preferably, restart the system)3 Now Select the following options:
4 Click on the ‘+’ icon to add a VPN connection and select ‘Point to Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)’ option.
5 When the new window appear, complete the fields as below
Click Advanced option.
Now select the following:
Сlick “OK” and then click “Add” from the top right corner.6 Now Enable your VPN by swiping the toggle button.
7 You are now connected! 8 You can turn off the VPN connection by swiping the toggle button “Off”.
2 Now you need to install L2TP dependencies. Type the following three commands one by one:
When you finished the commands, logout/login is required. (Or preferably, restart the system)3 Now select the following options:
4 Click on the ‘+’ icon to add a VPN connection and select ‘Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP)’ option
5 When the new window appear, complete the fields as below:
Go to the ‘IPsec Settings…’
Go to the ‘Advanced…’ option, then enter the following details:
For phase 1= 3des-sha1-modp1024 and
For phase 2 = 3des-sha1
Check the “Disable PFS” option.
Go to the ‘PPP Settings…’ button.
Only allow the following options:
Сlick “OK” and then click “Add” button from the top right corner.6 Enable your VPN by swiping the toggle button.
7 You are connected now! 8 You can turn off the VPN connection by swiping the toggle button “Off”
2 You will get a prompt asking what to do with the ZIP archive, select “Save File” and click “OK“. It should be downloaded to your “Downloads” directory.
3 Go to your “Downloads” directory, right click the ZIP archive and select “Open With Archive Manager” and then “Extract” the files.
4 Rename the Extracted file as “openvpn” 5 Next step is installing the config files. Installing config files requires sudo privilege. Copy and paste the contents of the Zip file to directories that override Selinux, such as /etc/ and /opt
Follow the steps below when Selinux doesn’t allow Network-Manager to access certificate files that are needed by OpenVPN. Click “Applications” at the top left of the screen, type “Terminal” in the search field to open the Terminal application.
In order to copy the extracted files to /opt/ partition, first change your directory to Downloads.
Run the following commands step by step:
sudo yum install epel-release
sudo yum install openvpn
sudo yum install NetworkManager-openvpn-gnome
mkdir -p /etc/openvpn
sudo cp -rp openvpn /opt/
sudo chmod 644 openvpn/*
sudo chmod -R 755 /etc/openvpn/client6 Go to the “Downloads” directory, copy the ‘openvpn’ folder and paste it under the ‘etc’ >’openvpn’>’client’ folder.
7 Select the following options:
8 Click on the ‘+’ icon to add a VPN connection and select ‘Import from File Option’ option.
9 Go to the newly created directory with config files in the “openvpn” folder under ‘/etc/openvpn/client’. Select the desired file with “.ovpn” extension. Click “Open” button.
10 Now connect to PureVPN now. Select the VPN connection you have created. Toggle on the button to connect the VPN.
11 You are connected to VPN now!
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