Jul 30, 2008
VPN Clients | Server documentation | Ubuntu Client software implementations Linux Network-Manager GUI for OpenVPN. Many Linux distributions including Ubuntu desktop variants come with Network Manager, a nice GUI to configure your network settings. It also can manage your VPN connections. It is the default, but if in doubt make sure you have package network-manager-openvpn installed. PPTPServer - Community Help Wiki - Ubuntu Nov 23, 2014 VPNTunnel: PPTP Installation Guide for Ubuntu 18.04 The following guide outlines the steps necessary to install & configure VPNTunnel using PPTP on your Ubuntu 18.04 computer: 1. Click on the "VPN" icon in top right corner and choose "VPN Settings" 2. Click on the plus icon on your right to add new VPN connection 3. Select "Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)" as your connection type. 5.
Jul 17, 2017
On the latest version of Ubuntu, PPTP VPN options come standard however we will cover the install process. If not already installed you will first need to install the Ubuntu PPTP VPN package: One way to do that is to install the Ubuntu network-manager-pptp package with synaptic: 1. Go to System -> Administration -> Synaptic Package Manager and How to set up a PPTP VPN connection on Linux (console)
How to Setup a VPN (PPTP) Server on Debian Linux
Oct 11, 2010 GitHub - bedefaced/vpn-install: Simple PPTP, L2TP/IPsec During VPN server installation (more precisely: during adding user procedure) it will generate client-side setup.sh script in %username% directory. Client-side setup script was tested on Ubuntu 16.04. You can also use Ubuntu standard Network Manager for PPTP VPN connection. On Windows: