How to setup Ivacy L2TP on Linux Fedora 31
You can now enjoy secure browsing on Linux Fedora. 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
Follow these steps to learn how to configure Ivacy on your Linux Fedora 31 system using the L2TP protocol:
- First, go to Activities and open the Terminal.
- Now, you need to install L2TP module. Type the following three commands one by one:sudo dnf install xl2tpdsudo dnf install NetworkManager-l2tpsudo dnf install NetworkManager-l2tp-gnomeRestart the Network Manager by using the command:service NetworkManager restart
- Finally, follow these steps:
• Click the Network Connection
• Go to Wired Connected and select Wireless Settings.
- Click the + icon to add a VPN connection and select the Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) option.
- When a new window opens, complete the fields as below:• Connection name: L2TPConnection
• Gateway: dns2use.com (you can use your desired server address here, please check here for more server addresses
• Username: Your VPN username
• Password: Your VPN password
- Click the IPSec Settings button after you’re done, and use the following settings:• Check the Enable IPSec tunnel to IPsec host box
• Pre-share key: 12345678
• Select the Advanced option
• Enter Phase 1 Algorithms: 3des-sha1-modp1024
• Enter Phase 2 Algorithms: 3des-sha1
• Check the Disable PFS box
• Once done, click OK.
- Next, click the L2TP PPP Settings button and use the following settings:• • • •Check the Use Point to Point Encryption (MPPE)
• Check the Allow BSD data compression
• Check the Allow Deflate data compression
• Check the Use TCP header compression
• Check the Use Protocol field compression negotiation
• Check the Use address/control compression
• Click Ok and then Apply.
- Enable your VPN by swiping the toggle.Voila! You are now connected.