Using OpenVPN and VPNbook to create Virtual Private Network FREE





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Published on Dec 17, 2012

Step1: Download and install latest OpenVPN from:

Step2: Download and Install OpenVPN Certificate: (UDP Port 53) from:

Step3: Copy Certificate and Configuration file to the OpenVPN directory on YOUR computer:
X:\Program Files\OpenVPN\config

Create simple text file called password.txt and add the username and password shown on VPNBook website then save file in same directory. Open vpnbook-UDP53.ovpn file as text and add the word password.txt in front of auth-user-pass (auth-user-pass password.txt) then save and close.

Step4: Start OpenVPN (run as Administrator) notice icon in tray, right click Icon and click Connect. If all goes well the icon should turn yellow then green when connected. If green you are now connected to VPNBook server.

Step5: Test connection goto the following sites to confirm new connect IP and confirm no DNS Leaks.
http://www.dnsleaktest.com/ Click on check for DNS leaks to make sure your ISP
does not show up.

Whenever you want to disconnect from server right click icon and select disconnect.

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