How to Set Up Your Own Home VPN Server

Many VPN solutions are costly, and/or challenging to set up and manage. Fortunately, for the open source/Linux community, there is a solution that is actually quite simple to set up, configure, and manage. OpenVPN is that solution and here you will learn how to set up the server end of that system. What Is Needed You successfully set up an OpenVPN server on Ubuntu Linux 18.04 LTS server running in the cloud. See the OpenVPN website here, Github script page here, and Ubuntu page here for additional information. This entry is 6 of 11 in the OpenVPN Tutorial series. Keep reading the rest of the series: OpenVPN Server on Synology NAS! Full Setup Tutorial to Security Connect Back Remotely on Mac or PC! - Duration: 18:47. SpaceRex 4,439 views. 18:47. Synology VPN Server Setup - Duration: 9:29. Server (running Windows Server 2012 R2) OpenVPN Server; Client (running MacOSX 10.11 El Capitan) TunnelBlick (Free OpenVPN client software for MacOSX) At the time of writing, the following latest stable versions and the versions that are installed as part of this guide are as follows: OpenVPN Server 2.3.10 (openvpn-install-2.3.10-I601-x86_64.exe) In the Windows Installer section of the page, double-click the openVPN-install-xxx.exe link. To download and install the Open VPN software on your computer, click the openVPN-install-xxx.exe file. Click Next. Read the License Agreement and click I Agree. Leave the checked boxes selected and click Next.

OpenVPN Server: The VPN server is the underlying component in OpenVPN Access Server that does all of the background work; routing, tunneling, encryption, user management, authentication etc. OpenVPN Access Server comes with a Web GUI that helps to manage the underlying components of the VPN server. Admin Web Interface:

EdgeRouter - OpenVPN Server – Ubiquiti Networks Support set interfaces openvpn vtun0 mode server set interfaces openvpn vtun0 server subnet set interfaces openvpn vtun0 server push-route set interfaces openvpn vtun0 server name-server 20. Link the server certificate/keys and DH key to the virtual tunnel interface. How to Set Up an OpenVPN Server on a Raspberry Pi - DZone IoT Raspberry Pi VPN: Setup an OpenVPN Server For this tutorial, I assume that you already have a Raspberry Pi with a Linux distribution installed, preferably Raspbian or any of its derivatives.

Install and Setup OpenVPN Server on Ubuntu 20.04

Apr 24, 2020 [VPN] How to set up the ASUSWRT for VPN Server – OpenVPN Apr 07, 2015 How to setup and use OpenVPN Connect | TechRadar Jun 27, 2019 How to Setup OpenVPN on TP-Link Routers (Windows) Setting Up OpenVPN on a TP-Link Router (This example uses the Archer C5400) Step 1: Log into your router at The default username and password are admin. Step 2: Click Advanced on the top navigation bar. Step 3: Click VPN Server, then OpenVPN. Step 4: Click Certificate to generate a certificate.