PPTP Protocol for Mint Linux OS

 
The following tutorial has been created on Linux Mint 18.2 “Sonya” – Cinnamon (64-bit)


Step #1: Click on “Network Connections” icon and then open “Network Connections

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Step #2: Click on “Add” button and then click on “Choose a Connection Type” drop-down menu button

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Step #3: Select “Point to Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)” and click on “Create

Linux Mint PPTP


Step #4: Enter following details:

  • Connection name: Australia_PPTP (or whatever you like)
  • Gateway: Your desired PPTP server address in this case “au-sd-pptp-01.jumptoserver.com”. Please click here to get complete list of VPN Server addresses
  • Username: Your FastestVPN Username
  • Password: Your FastestVPN Password.
    Note: If you want to save your VPN password, click on “Store the password for all users” or “Store the password only for this user”.
    If you don’t want to save password, then select “Ask for this password every time” and then leave password field blank.
  • Click on “Advanced” button.”

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Step #5: Put a check mark on “Use Point-to-Point- encryption (MPPE)”. Do not change other options and just click on “OK”.

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Step #6: Click on “Save” and close Network Connections window.

Linux Mint PPTP
Linux Mint PPTP


Step #7: Click on “Network Connections” icon, and then toggle the “VPN Connection” switch. (Or if you have multiple VPN connections then click on the connection name just created)

If you didn’t select the “store Password” option in step 4, then it will ask for your FastestVPN password. Otherwise, will connect directly.

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 You are now connected. Enjoy complete internet freedom with Fastest VPN Speed!

Linux Mint PPTP