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How to Setup PureVPN on Manjaro 18.1.5

Jan 21, 2020
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You can enjoy better internet freedom on your Manjaro 18.1.5 OS with PureVPN. Here’s the tutorial that you can follow to setup the PureVPN on Manjaro 18.1.5

Things to Consider:

  1. You have a working internet connection
  2. Linux Manjaro 18.1.5 Supported Device.
  3. A Premium PureVPN account (If you haven’t bought yet click👉 here to buy)
Note: Dedicated IP addon can be only be connected with Ras protocol i.e PPTP/L2TP/SSTP/IKEV.
Find your VPN credentials for manual configuration.

To find your VPN credentials log into the PureVPN members area. Click 👉 here to visit member area.

  • Login to the Member area using your PureVPN registered email address and password.
  • From manage account section, go to the Subscriptions tab.
  • On Subscription tab scroll down to be able to view your VPN credentials
  • You will be able to see and copy your VPN credentials.
  • Note down your PureVPN username and click the Eye icon to make your password visible and use it in the manual configuration.
How to connect PPTP manually on Linux Manjaro 18.1.5
  • Click the Networks Icon and select Configure Network selection option.
  • Click the + icon to add a VPN connection and select Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) as your connection type.
  • Enter the following info:
  • Enter Connection name: PureVPN
  • Insert the desired server: Please refer to the server address shared in the above note.
    1. Germany: de1.pointtoserver.com
    2. Netherlands: nl1.pointtoserver.com
    3. United Kingdom: ukl1.pointtoserver.com
    4. United States: usil1.pointtoserver.com
    5. United States: ustx1.pointtoserver.com
    6. United States: usca1.pointtoserver.com
    7. United States: usfl1.pointtoserver.com
    8. United States: usny1.pointtoserver.com
    9. United States: uswdc1.pointtoserver.com
    10. Australia: au-sd1.pointtoserver.com
  • Enter your PureVPN credentials. Here is how you can👉 find your VPN credentials.
  • Click Advanced option.
  • Check the following options under it:
    1. MSCHAP
    2. MSCHAPV2
    3. Allow BSD compression
    4. Allow Deflate compression
    5. Allow TCP Header compression
    6. Click OK
  • Click Save and close Networks window.
  • Click  Networks Icon and select the newly created VPN connection, click Connect button to connect to PureVPN.

You are connected to PureVPN now!

How to connect SSTP manually on Linux Manjaro 18.1.5
  • Open FireFox and download the SSTP network manager packages from the link below by clicking on the Download from mirror option.
  • Click the Applications Launcher Icon and open Terminal from there.
  • Now, run the following commands one by one to extract and install the SSTP client and network manager packages.

cd Downloads/

1. sudo tar -xvf network-manager-sstp-1.2.6-2-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz
2. sudo pacman -S network-manager-sstp
3. sudo pacman -S sstp-client
  • Click Networks Icon and select Configure Network selection option.
  • Click the + icon to add a VPN connection and select Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) as your connection type.
  • Enter the following info:
  • Enter Connection name: PureVPN
  • Insert the desired server: Please refer to the server address shared in the above note.
    1. Germany: de1.pointtoserver.com
    2. Netherlands: nl1.pointtoserver.com
    3. United Kingdom: ukl1.pointtoserver.com
    4. United States: usil1.pointtoserver.com
    5. United States: ustx1.pointtoserver.com
    6. United States: usca1.pointtoserver.com
    7. United States: usfl1.pointtoserver.com
    8. United States: usny1.pointtoserver.com
    9. United States: uswdc1.pointtoserver.com
    10. Australia: au-sd1.pointtoserver.com
  • Enter your PureVPN credentials. Here is how you can 👉 find your VPN credentials.
  • Check the Ignore Certificate Warnings option.
  • Click Advanced option.
  • Check the following options under it:
    1. MSCHAP
    2. MSCHAPV2
    3. Allow BSD compression
    4. Allow Deflate compression
    5. Allow TCP Header compression
    6. Click OK
  • Click Save and close the Networks window.
  • Now, click Networks Icon and select the newly created VPN connection, click Connect to connect to PureVPN.

You are connected to PureVPN now!

How to connect OpenVPN manually on Linux Manjaro 18.1.5
  • Right-click the New+OVPN+Files.zip file and Extract the files into a folder of your choosing.
  • Click the Networks Icon and select Configure Network selection option.
  • Click the + icon to add a VPN connection and select Import VPN Connection… option.
  • Go to the folder where you have downloaded the OpenVPN files and select your desired file to connect.
  • When asked to Copy the certificates click Yes.
  • Insert the following info:
  • Insert Connection name: PureVPN
  • Insert Gateway: (already selected/entered)
  • Connection Type: Password from drop down menu
  • Enter your PureVPN credentials. Here is how you can 👉 find your VPN credentials.
  • Click Folder icon for CA Certificate and upload the ca.crt.crt file.
  • Click Advanced.
  • From the General tab select the following options:
  • Check Use custom gateway port: For UDP insert 53 and For TCP insert 80
  • Note: For TCP connection select Use a TCP Connection…..
  • From Security tab select following options:
    1. From Cipher: Select AES-256-CBC
    2. From HMAC Authentication: Select SHA-1
  • From TLS Settings:
    1. Mode = TLS-Auth
    2. Key File = Click folder icon next to Key File. Go to OpenVPN downloaded folder, select key and click Open
    3. Key Direction = Client (1)
  • Click OK.
  • Click Apply and close Networks window.
  • Now, click Networks Icon and select the newly created VPN connection, click Connect to connect to PureVPN.
  • You are connected to PureVPN now!
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