OpenVPN for Fedora Linux OS

 
The following tutorial has been created on Linux Fedora 28 (Workstation Edition)

 

Step #1: Download FastestVPN Config Files for OpenVPN TCP and UDP from here.

[Note: Re-download these config files after every 15 days to get the updated server list]
 

Step #2: Go to your ‘Downloads’ folder, right click on the zip folder you downloaded in above step and then select Extract here.

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 Folder will be extracted.

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Step #3: Click on the Network icon at top-right side. Then click on Wired Connected > Wired Settings (Or you may see Wi-Fi option instead of Wired so in that case click on Wi-Fi > Wi-Fi settings)

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Step #4: Click on “+” sign there next to VPN.

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Step #5: Click on Import from file

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Step #6: Click on Downloads and open the folder named FastestVPN_ovpn _TCP_UDP_Config_Files

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Step #7: Select any of the folders TCP_Files or UDP_Files, whichever OpenVPN protocol you want to connect to

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Step #8: Select your desired VPN server location whichever you to connect to, such as I selected Austria here. After that, click on Open there at top-right side

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Step #9: Enter your FastestVPN username and Password and click on Add there at the top-right side

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Step #10: Turn the VPN switch “ON

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VPN connection will go under process as you can see its icon beside Network icon. Wait for a few seconds

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Once the VPN is connected successfully, it will turn into a “Lock” icon.

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You are connected to FastestVPN. Enjoy Complete Online Freedom with FastestVPN Speed

Fedora Linux Open VPN TCP UDP

 

How to Disconnect

When you want to disconnect from VPN, click on the Network icon and go to the connected VPN. After that, select Turn Off

To connect to another VPN server location, repeat step 3 to 7