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OpenVPN files for Windows, Routers, iOS, Android, Linux and Mac.

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Jan 09, 2015
Oct 25, 2017
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In order to setup OpenVPN manually on your preferred operating system, there are certain steps and files that are required to make this possible. The following files need to be downloaded in order to complete the setup process.

Download OpenVPN Files

Operating System

OpenVPN Files Link

Windows

Click here to Download File

Mac

 Tunnelblick:  Click here to Download File

 Viscosity: Click here to Download File

Linux

Click here to Download File

Sabai / Single Files

Click here to Download File 

iOS

 Click here to Download File

Android

 Click here to Download File

DD-WRT

Click here to Download File

 

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18 Comments

  1. PureVPN Team says:

    Hi,

    I apologies for the inconvenience. kindly exit PureVPN app and then try again. If you still face any issue then let us know which server you are connecting with? So we can assist you in better way.

    Thanks!

  2. Ken says:

    still not able to locate Malaysia server at iplocation.net…. this is sad.

  3. Barbuslex says:

    Please add a link for OpenVPN config files without installer for Windows ! (Just config files)
    OpenVPN 2.1.1 is outdated and contains full of security flaws. The last version is 2.3.9 : https://openvpn.net/index.php/open-source/downloads.html
    Please update your windows OpenVPN installer !

    • Maskawisewin says:

      If you want just the config files, download the Linux or DD-WRT files and select the files you want into your config.

  4. Dankex says:

    I’m using OpenVPN on my RPi and it seems that the standard cipher AES-256-CBC might be too powerful for it. I would like to test my speeds with a different weaker one to keep its cpu cool down… Any way to do this? I’m guessing changing it on my side does not work as it must also be changed on your side… Right? This CPU bottleneck is actually a quite known limitation for weaker cpus like RPi’s or even some routers with OpenVPN client built-in.

    Let me know if you can do something about this.

    Cheers,
    Pedro

  5. PureVPN Team says:

    Hi Tom,

    You can download the latest installer from Openvpn website and in configuration you can use our config files.

    Let me know if you need additional help!

    • Tom Hale says:

      As I told you, I’ve already downloaded from OpenVPN website.

      You don’t have your recent servers in your .ovpn files, and inconsistent versions across different platforms.

      When will you fix these two issues?

  6. PureVPN Team says:

    Hi Leonid,

    I would suggest you to download Linux OpenVPN files from above article, all NA, USA and Canada servers are listed there. Let me know if you need further help.
    Have a good day 🙂

  7. Leonid says:

    I need full list of Open VPN servers in NA (USA and Canada)… Please help me.

  8. PureVPN Team says:

    Hi Lazza,

    Thanks for your suggestion. We are working on it and very soon we will publish a list of all OpenVPN servers on support center. If you have any other suggestions or question, feel free to write us. We are always happy to get response from our valuable users.
    Have a great day 🙂

  9. PureVPN Team says:

    Hi Tom,

    Good day. Please share on which device you want to configure VPN and we will send you updated OpenVPN config files.
    Thanks 🙂

    • Tom Hale says:

      How about you update them for everyone else, not just me, and I can download the official versions from the correct place?

      Also, why do you think that there should be different versions for different OSes? I would be interested in a technical explanation of this – my understanding is that OpenVPN provides the same functionality based on a TCP/UDP transport which all your supported OSes provide equally.

      • PureVPN Team says:

        Hi tom,

        Thanks for reaching out. I would like to update you that there is no old or new version. We just uploaded the ovpn files in zip format which doesn’t include recently added servers. So download the file as per your OS and use the desired country file to connect VPN. Hope you are clear now, but if you still have any question or concern feel free to ask.
        I will be more than happy to help 🙂

        • Tom Hale says:

          The version of the Windows OpenVPN program you direct people to is old. There are newer versions available at the OpenVPN website.

          Why do you have different versions of the .ovpn files for different OSes when they are just configuration files for the OpenVPN program, which hides underlying operating systems details.

          Having multiple sets of .ovpn files must be a version managment nightmare for you…. it certainly is for me, trying to find the latest file dates from the 5 or so different OS versions you publish.

      • Lazza says:

        Precisely. I was having issues with server nl1-ovpn-tcp.purevpn.net and staff suggested I use nl-ovpn-tcp.pointtoserver.com but this server is not listed in the files nor it is listed in the support pages.

        Why not just create a list of all possible OpenVPN servers?

  10. Tom Hale says:

    I notice that many of these files are old – the android one is 12 months old.

    I don’t want to download an old version of a program just to get the config files.
    Also, there’s no way of knowing which bundle has which version of config files.

    Can you tell me where I can get just the .ovpn config files?