OpenVPN for Kubuntu Linux OS

This tutorial was created on Linux Kubuntu 20.01

 
Step #1: Open the Terminal/ Konsole and type in following command to install the OpenVPN plugin.

-Type: sudo apt-get install network-manager-openvpn and press Enter

-Enter y to confirm the installation
 
Kubuntu Linux Open VPN TCP UDP

 
Step #2: Download FastestVPN Config Files for OpenVPN TCP and UDP from here.

Step #3: Go to your ‘Downloads’ folder and extract the downloaded config files’ folder. It will extract the TCP and UDP folders.
Kubuntu Linux Open VPN TCP UDP
Kubuntu Linux Open VPN TCP UDP

 
Step #4: Now right click on your Network Connection icon and click “Configure Network Connections”.
Kubuntu Linux Open VPN TCP UDP

 
Step #5: Click on the “+”sign.
Kubuntu Linux Open VPN TCP UDP

 
Step #6: Scroll down to the bottom, select “Import VPN Connection” and click “Create”.
Kubuntu Linux Open VPN TCP UDP

 
Step #7:  Go to your Downloads folder where you’ve extracted the TCP and UDP Files already. Open any of the folders, TCP or UDP, whatever OpenVPN protocol you want to connect to.
Kubuntu Linux Open VPN TCP UDP

 
Step #8: Double click on your desired VPN server file such as Australia1 in this case.
Kubuntu Linux Open VPN TCP UDP

 
Step #9: Click “Yes”.
Kubuntu Linux Open VPN TCP UDP

 
Step #10: Enter your “FastestVPN Username” and “Password” in the respective fields. Click on “OK”
Kubuntu Linux Open VPN TCP UDP

 
Step #11: In your Network connections, click on the VPN profile which you’ve just created and click “Connect”
Kubuntu Linux Open VPN TCP UDP

 
Step #13: You’ll be connected to the FastestVPN via OpenVPN protocol on Kubuntu shortly. You can use the same option to connect and disconnect to the VPN connection later.
Kubuntu Linux Open VPN TCP UDP