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Setup OpenVPN on Windows Server

This article will guide you on how to setup OpenVPN on windows.

OpenVPN is a virtual private #network (#VPN) system that implements techniques to create secure point-to-point or site-to-site connections in routed or bridged configurations and remote access facilities. 

To Configure OpenVPN client as service on Windows:

1. Editing your OpenVPN client configuration.

2. Storing your PrivateVPN.com credentials in a file.

3. Import edited .ovpn file and user.auth file to OpenVPN #config folder.

4. Configuring OpenVPN service to start automatically on boot.

To connect to OpenVPN from Windows Server:

i. Navigate to your #OpenVPN Access Server client web interface.

ii. Login with your credentials.

iii. Select 'OpenVPN Connect for #Windows'.

iv. Wait until the download completes, and then open it (specifics vary depending on your browser).

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OpenVPN on Linux

This article will guide you on steps to set up OpenVPN on Linux.

OpenVPN config files (. ovpn) offer an easy way to configure #OpenVPN on your computer to work with our servers. These files contain the correct cipher types, #Certificate Authority, Certificate, and Private Keys. You can use these files on Mac, Linux, #Windows, Android, and iOS.

By default the OpenVPN Access Server comes configured with OpenVPN daemons that listen on port 1194 UDP, and OpenVPN daemons that listen on port 443 TCP. While the best connection for an OpenVPN #tunnel is via the #UDP port, we implement TCP 443 as a fallback method.

To Set up OpenVPN Server on Ubuntu #Linux:

1. Find and note down your public IP address.

2. Download openvpn-install.sh script.

3. Run openvpn-install.sh to install OpenVPN server.

4. Connect an OpenVPN server using iOS/Android/Linux/Windows client.

5. Verify your connectivity.

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OpenVPN dns leak How to fix it

This article will guide you on the steps to fix #OpenVPN DNS leak issue. 

A DNS leak occurs when the browser sends a #DNS request directly, thus ignoring the #VPN.  Although the link will seem encrypted or anonymous, the ISP will be able to track your online.

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Cannot resolve host address Openvpn

This article will help to fix OpenVPN error "cannot resolve host address" which generally happens when there is a firewall restriction or as a result of configuration errors in the OpenVPN client.

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