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VPN Setup Instructions

We provide two types of VPN connections: PPTP and L2TP.

PPTP VPN

PPTP VPN is the simplest to configure, very fast and compatible with a wide range of operating systems and devices. Please, note that latest versions of iOS (10 and later) and MacOS (10.12 Sierra and later) do not support PPTP VPN connections anymore, so you have to use L2TP VPN for them.

Press the Windows key, type vpn and press Enter.

Select Add a VPN connection in the Network & Internet Settings window.

Select Windows (built-in) in the VPN provider drop-down.

Type vpnjack.com (or any other VPN connection name you would recognize later) in the Connection name field.

Enter vpn.vpnjack.com in the Server name or address field.

Select Point to Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) in the VPN Type drop-down.

Put the login you received (case sensitive!) in the User name field. Put the password you received (case sensitive!) in the Password field.

Click the Connect button to establish the VPN connection.

For subsequent connections, simply select the VPN connection you created in the Network & Internet Settings window.

Click on the Start button (or press the Windows key) and type VPN into the search box. In the list of results click on Set up a virtual private network (VPN) connection.

Enter vpn.vpnjack.com in the Internet address field, and vpnjack.com (or another name that you would recognize later; this name is for your convenience only and it will appear when you connect to the VPN) in the Destination name field. You may also want to make sure that the checkbox Don't connect now; just set it up so I can connect later is checked. Click Next.

Put the login that you received in the User name field, and the password in the Password field. Leave the Domain field empty. Click Create.

Open the Properties of the VPN connection that you just created. Go to the Security tab and change Type of VPN to Point to Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP).

You can connect any time by clicking the Network icon in the notification area and selecting the VPN connection in the pop-up list that appears. Alternatively, you can click the Start button, type connect in the search field, and select Connect to a network in the list of results. The same pop-up list will appear.

Click on the Start button and click Control Panel. This opens up the Control Panel Home.

Click on the Network and Internet.

Click on Connect to a network.

In the window that opens click on Set up a connection or Network.

Click on Connect to a workplace, then click Next.

Click Use my Internet connection (VPN).

Enter vpn.vpnjack.com in the Internet address field, and vpnjack.com (or another name that you would recognize later; this name is for your convenience only and it will appear when you connect to the VPN) in the Destination name field. You may also want to make sure that the checkbox Don't connect now; just set it up so I can connect later is checked. Click Next.

Put the login that you received in the User name field, and the password in the Password field. Leave the Domain field empty. Click Create and Close.

Open the Properties of the VPN connection that you just created. Go to the Security tab and change Type of VPN to Point to Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP).

You can connect by selecting Connect to a network in the Network and Internet section of the Control Panel.

Click on the Apple Menu, select System Preferences, then select Network.

Click on the "+" sign to add a new Network Connection.

In the window that appears, set Interface to VPN, VPN Type to PPTP, type vpnjack.com in the Service Name field. Click Create.

In the properties of the newly created connection type vpn.vpnjack.com in the Server Address field, type the login that you received in the Account Name field. Leave Encryption at Automatic (128 bit or 40 bit).

Click the Authentication Settings, select Password and type in the password that you received. Click OK.

IMPORTANT: Click the Advanced button and in the Options tab make sure to check Send all traffic over VPN connection. Click OK.

Click Apply to save your settings. Your VPN connection is ready. In order to connect, click your new VPN icon in your Mac's upper toolbar.

Go to Settings, select General, then Network.

Select VPN and then Add VPN Configuration.

Make sure to select PPTP (L2TP is shown by default).

Type vpnjack.com in the Description field, vpn.vpnjack.com in the Server field, the login that you received (case sensitive!) - in the Account field, and the password that you received (case sensitive!) - in the Password field. Make sure that Send All Traffic is ON.

Click Save. Your VPN connection is ready. In order to connect, go to the VPN section in Settings and toggle it ON.

Go to Settings, select Wireless and Network.

Select More, then select VPN.

Select Add VPN profile or (+) symbol.

Select PPTP as Type

Type vpnjack.com in the Name field.

Enter vpn.vpnjack.com in the Server address field.

Make sure that PPP Encryption (MPPE) is checked.

Save the created connection.

Tap on the newly created connection. Enter your VPN login and password (case sensitive!). Select Save account information if you don't want to type it every time. Tap on Connect.

The following information is needed to set up PPTP VPN connection (some options may be named differently or not relevant depending on your operating system or device):

VPN Server: vpn.vpnjack.com
VPN Type: PPTP
Login or Account: your VPN login (case sensitive!)
Password: your VPN password (case sensitive!)
Authentication: MSCHAP-v2

L2TP VPN

L2TP VPN is newer and more secure but is a little slower and a bit more complicated to configure. Please, note that L2TP VPN is the only option if you use latest versions of iOS (10 and later) and MacOS (10.12 Sierra and later) because they do not support PPTP VPN anymore.

Press the Windows key, type vpn and press Enter.

Select Add a VPN connection in the Network & Internet Settings window.

Select Windows (built-in) in the VPN provider drop-down.

Type vpnjack.com (or any other VPN connection name you would recognize later) in the Connection name field.

Enter vpn.vpnjack.com in the Server name or address field.

Select Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol with IPSec (L2TP/IPSec) in the VPN Type drop-down.

Put the login you received (case sensitive!) in the User name field. Put the password you received (case sensitive!) in the Password field.

Save the connection, but do not connect yet.

Select Change adapter options under Related Settings. Find the VPN connection you created, right-click on it and select Properties.

Go to the Security tab. Leave only Microsoft CHAP version 2 (MS-CHAP v2) checked in the Allow these protocols section.

Click Advanced settings. In the window that appears select Use preshared key for authenticaion and type vpnjack in the Key field.

Save the connection.

You can connect any time by selecting the VPN connection you created in the Network & Internet Settings window and clicking Connect.

Click on the Start button (or press the Windows key) and type VPN into the search box. In the list of results click on Set up a virtual private network (VPN) connection.

Enter vpn.vpnjack.com in the Internet address field, and vpnjack.com (or another name that you would recognize later; this name is for your convenience only and it will appear when you connect to the VPN) in the Destination name field. You may also want to make sure that the checkbox Don't connect now; just set it up so I can connect later is checked. Click Next.

Put the login that you received in the User name field, and the password in the Password field. Leave the Domain field empty. Click Create.

Open the Properties of the VPN connection that you just created. Go to the Security tab and set Type of VPN to Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol with IPSec (L2TP/IPSec).

Leave only Microsoft CHAP version 2 (MS-CHAP v2) checked in the Allow these protocols section.

Click Advanced settings. In the window that appears select Use preshared key for authenticaion and type vpnjack in the Key field.

You can connect any time by clicking the Network icon in the notification area and selecting the VPN connection in the pop-up list that appears. Alternatively, you can click the Start button, type connect in the search field, and select Connect to a network in the list of results. The same pop-up list will appear.

Click on the Start button and click Control Panel. This opens up the Control Panel Home.

Click on the Network and Internet.

Click on Connect to a network.

In the window that opens click on Set up a connection or Network.

Click on Connect to a workplace, then click Next.

Click Use my Internet connection (VPN).

Enter vpn.vpnjack.com in the Internet address field, and vpnjack.com (or another name that you would recognize later; this name is for your convenience only and it will appear when you connect to the VPN) in the Destination name field. You may also want to make sure that the checkbox Don't connect now; just set it up so I can connect later is checked. Click Next.

Put the login that you received in the User name field, and the password in the Password field. Leave the Domain field empty. Click Create and Close.

Open the Properties of the VPN connection that you just created. Go to the Security tab and change Type of VPN to Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol with IPSec (L2TP/IPSec).

Leave only Microsoft CHAP version 2 (MS-CHAP v2) checked in the Allow these protocols section.

Click Advanced settings. In the window that appears select Use preshared key for authenticaion and type vpnjack in the Key field.

You can connect by selecting Connect to a network in the Network and Internet section of the Control Panel.

Click on the Apple Menu, select System Preferences, then select Network.

Click on the "+" sign to add a new Network Connection.

In the window that appears, set Interface to VPN, VPN Type to L2TP over IPSec, type vpnjack.com in the Service Name field. Click Create.

In the properties of the newly created connection type vpn.vpnjack.com in the Server Address field, type the login that you received (case sensitive!) in the Account Name field.

Click the Authentication Settings, select Password and type in the password that you received (case sensitive!). Select Shared Secret in the Machine Authentication section and enter vpnjack in the corresponding field. Click OK.

IMPORTANT: Click the Advanced button and in the Options tab make sure to check Send all traffic over VPN connection. Click OK.

Click Apply to save your settings. Your VPN connection is ready. In order to connect, click your new VPN icon in your Mac's upper toolbar.

Go to Settings, select Network.

Select VPN and then Add VPN Configuration.

Make sure to select L2TP as Type.

Type vpnjack.com in the Description field, vpn.vpnjack.com in the Server field, the login that you received (case sensitive!) - in the Account field, and the password that you received (case sensitive!) - in the Password field. Type vpnjack in the Secret field. Make sure that Send All Traffic is ON and RSA SecurID is OFF.

Click Done. Your VPN connection is ready. In order to connect, go to the VPN section in Settings and toggle it ON.

Go to Settings, select Wireless and Network.

Select More, then select VPN.

Select Add VPN profile or (+) symbol.

Select L2TP/IPSec PSK as Type

Type vpnjack.com in the Name field.

Enter vpn.vpnjack.com in the Server address field.

Leave blank L2TP Secret and IPSec identifier fields.

Type vpnjack in the IPSec preshared key field.

Save the created connection.

Tap on the newly created connection. Enter your VPN login and password (case sensitive!). Select Save account information if you don't want to type it every time. Tap on Connect.

The following information is needed to set up L2TP VPN connection (some options may be named differently or not relevant depending on your operating system or device):

VPN Server: vpn.vpnjack.com
VPN Type: L2TP or L2TP/IPSec
Login or Account: your VPN login (case sensitive!)
Password: your VPN password (case sensitive!)
Preshared key or Secret: vpnjack

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