How to configure OpenVPN on Kubuntu
Don’t worry if you can’t run Ivacy on Kubuntu. Before you begin, please make sure that:
- You must have an active internet connection
- A Premium Ivacy VPN account. If you haven’t subscribed yet, click here to subscribe to Ivacy VPN
You can follow this guide to learn how to set up and configure Ivacy on Kubuntu using the OpenVPN protocol:
- Open the Konsole from the task bar.
- Now to install OpenVPN dependencies, type the following commands one by one:
apt install network-manager-openvpn
- Now, close the Konsole and open your web browser (Firefox) to download the OpenVPN configuration files from below https://support.ivacy.com/vpnusecases/openvpn-files-windows-routers-ios-linux-and-mac/.
- Extract the downloaded file.
- Click the Networks icon and select the Configure Network option
- Click the + icon to add a VPN connection and select Import VPN Connection.
- Go to the folder where you have downloaded the OpenVPN files and select your desired file to connect to.
- When a new window appears, enter the following information:
• Connection Name: Ivacy
• Gateway: Already chosen/entered
• Connect Type: Choose Password from the drop-down menu.
• Username: Your Ivacy username
• Password: Your Ivacy password
Once done, click the Folder icon next to CA Certificate and upload the ca.crt.crt file.
- Next, click Advanced.
- From the General tab, use the following settings:• Check the Use custom gateway port Insert 53 for UDP and 80 for TCP.
Note: For TCP connection, check the Use a TCP connection box.
In the Security tab, use the following settings:• Cipher: Select AES-256-CBC
• HMAC Authentication: Select SHA-1From TLS Settings, do the following:• Mode = TLS-Auth
• Key File = Click the Folder icon next to Key File. Go to OpenVPN downloaded folder, select Wdc.key and then Open.
• Key Direction = 1
- Once done, click Ok.
- Click Apply and close the Network Connections.
- Next, click the Networks icon and select the newly created VPN connection. Click the Connect button to connect to Ivacy.Viola! You are now connected.