OpenVPN road warrior installer for Debian, Ubuntu and CentOS.
This script will let you setup your own VPN server in no more than a minute, even if you haven’t used OpenVPN before. It has been designed to be as unobtrusive and universal as possible.
- VPS Server
- Centos, Debian or Ubuntu Operating System
- Putty Software
- OpenVPN Software
- WinSCP Software
- A laptop
- A basic knowledge about command in linux
- A cup of tea
Step 1 –
Run the script and follow the assistant:
wget https://git.io/vpn -O openvpn-install.sh && bash openvpn-install.sh
Step 2 –
Put your VPS ip ( I believe it auto detect your VPS IP ) and press enter
Step 3 –
Select the protocol you want. Standard protocol is UDP
Step 4 –
Select the OpenVPN port you want. Standard port is 1124. You can change to your like. I leave it to default value
Step 5 –
Select the DNS you want to use on the openVPN. I choose google DNS because google DNS is more faster !
Step 6 –
Insert your openVPN name and press enter. Press enter again and wait for a minute for the script downloading and generate the keys
Step 7 –
Remote your server using WINSCP software or any FTP Software
Step 8 –
Click Yes for first time login. Never click no, or you unable to remove again your VPS Server
Step 9 –
Navigate to root folder, and you will see your VPN Server config files
Step 10 –
Download the config files, and places it on your desktop
This picture show the configuration files in your desktop
Step 11 –
After you install the OpenVPN Software. Navigate to C:\Program Files\OpenVPN\Config and cut your OpenVPN config files in desktop and move to the folder
Step 12 –
Go to your taskbar, near the clock, and files openVPN software, right click on your opeVPN config, and click connect
Step 13 –
Wait a few minute, your vpn is dialling your VPS Server to connect.
Step 14 –
Now your vpn is connected to your VPS Server
Step 15 –
To check whether your laptop is connected to openVPN server, go to this website, http://whatismyip.com
As you can see, my ip show the VPS ip, means its really connected to my VPN Server
Step 16 –
You can doing a speedtest at http://speedtest.com to check your ip or your connection speed using VPN Server.
Step 17 –
If you want to add new user, just run this command
Step 18 –
Select add new user option, no 1, for example I named it pc01
Step 19 –
Go to your FTP Software and download the new configuration. As you can see there are two config files.
That all a basic tutorial setup openVPN in 5 minutes. This tutorial is for lazy person who are lazy to install one by one how to configure VPN Server. This is a pre compiled scripts for easy to setup VPN Server. Good luck ! Hope this tutorial give benefit to you!.