Vpngate.net VPN configuration
- 1 Summary
- 2 Step 1: Download the OpenVPN Configuration File
- 3 Step 2: Certificates
- 4 Step 3: Router configuration
- 5 Step 4: Try your VPN
- 6 External links
Summary[edit | edit source]
This chapter is a guide on configuring vpngate.com provider VPN instance on RUT routers.
No registration required.
Step 1: Download the OpenVPN Configuration File[edit | edit source]
Select VPN server[edit | edit source]
Open your internet browser and type www.vpngate.net in the browser's URL bar. Choose country and press OpenVPN
Select protocol UDP/TCP[edit | edit source]
Download the configuration file. In our example we use the TCP protocol.
Step 2: Certificates[edit | edit source]
Certificate creation[edit | edit source]
Create three files in your chosen directory for certificates and key:
- ca.crt - Certificate authority
- client.crt - Client certificate
- client.key - Client Key
Create certificates[edit | edit source]
Open the downloaded VPN configuration file and copy/paste the certificates and key to your empty files.
Step 3: Router configuration[edit | edit source]
Now we need to open our RUT homepage. You can access the website by entering 192.168.1.1 in your internet browser's URL bar.
Open VPN configuration panel by clicking Services → VPN
VPN instance creation[edit | edit source]
Type in your VPN configuration name and click Add new
Click the Edit button to edit your VPN instance configuration
Configuration settings[edit | edit source]
Check the Enable box
Select protocol (UDP or TCP. Depends on which configuration file you downloaded in Step 1 )
Set port, encryption, remote host/IP address and HMAC authentication algorithm from the VPN configuration file you downloaded. (example below)
Upload your certificates:
- Certificate authority = ca.crt
- Client certificate = client.crt
- Client key = client.key
Firewall configuration for this provider is unnecessary.
Step 4: Try your VPN[edit | edit source]
Wait up to 5 minutes from the time you saved the changes.
Press Status → Network.
Press OpenVPN and check VPN status.
Open your internet browser and visit website http://whatismyipaddress.com to check location that should have changed.