Make Your Own Private Interwebz!

Stay secure on public wireless networks by making your own FREE virtual private network (VPN). This tutorial shows you how to set up an OpenVPN server and connect to it from your laptop.

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11 Responses

  • mazonak // //


  • mazonak // //

    Y U NO put videos more frequently

  • NĂ¡ndor Ras // //

    Is it possible to connect to the home VPN server with an iPad?
    How can I make an VPN connection with my iPad?

  • stickyninjax1010 // //

    Thank You for this!

  • Ortiz // //

    I need HELP =( i follow every step and when I’m trying to connect it it says “Connecting to server has failed” do I need to go to my Ipv4 and type the ip address of the server.

  • tzampi // //

    Skimming through the server file you’ll also see the default IP addresses for the VPN and the location of your key files and certificates, which should be changed to properly reflect their actual names and locations

    Daniel, this is where I stubble. I don’t know where to put the changes base on my lack of knowledge of notepad++

    Will you show me?

  • Aeip // //

    It seems that this is a little outdated. I am getting some errors about finding the easy-rsa file. I don’t think it is included in the newest version:

  • susical11 // //

    I can’t even get started!
    Cmd prompt returning error message after changing directories and executing init-config command.
    I’m in C:\Program Files (x86)\OpenVPN\easy-rsa but receive this message: ‘init-config’ is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.

    What can I do to resolve this?

    • susical11 // //

      Sorry, using Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit

  • Lil Scribby // //

    How do you do this on a mac? I know the terminal/cmd has to be different…

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