OpenVPN for Raspberry Pi

 
This tutorial has been created on Raspberry Pi with Desktop based on Debian Stretch version 9.


Step #1: Download FastestVPN_OpenVPN_TCP_UDP config files 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 and extract the downloaded folder.

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Once it is extracted, you can see two separate folders there TCP_Files and UDP_Files for configuration files of TCP and UDP servers.

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Step #3: Now you need to update the package repository. For that, open terminal and enter following command line.

sudo apt-get update

It will update the package repository.


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Step #4: Now you need to install OpenVPN. In the Terminal, Enter these commands:

sudo apt-get install openvpn

Enter y for confirmation. OpenVPN will be downloaded shortly

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Step #5: Now you need to access OpenVPN TCP or UDP config files directory. Write these commands in terminal and press ‘Enter’.

cd Downloads
cd UDP_Files  
(OR cd TCP_Files whichever protocol you want to connect to)
ls

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Step #6: Write sudo openvpn [Your desired server] from the list above.

Example: sudo openvpn Australia-UDP.ovpn

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Step #7: It will ask for your credentials. Write your “FastestVPN Username” and “FastestVPN Password” and press “Enter”.

Note: You might have a problem while adding “@” sign in your username. If it happens then press shift + ‘ to add this sign. [Or you should update your keyboard layout for Raspberry Pi]


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Step #8: Once the yellow highlighted message appears, that means you are connected.

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Enjoy Complete Online Freedom with FastestVPN Speed


To disconnect from VPN, press Ctrl+C in the same terminal or in another terminal type sudo killall openvpn

To connect to another server, repeat Step 5 to 7.