OpenConnect Protocol for Ubuntu Linux OS

  • This tutorial is compatible with Ubuntu Linux 15.04 and higher
  • The following tutorial has been created on Ubuntu 18.04.1 (64-bit)

 
Step #1: Open Terminal and enter the following command:
sudo apt-get install openconnect network-manager-openconnect network-manager-openconnect-gnome
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Step #2: Now click on the Network/ Wi-Fi icon at top-right side. Then click on Wired Connected > Wired Settings (or Wi-Fi Settings) to launch Network Manager.
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Step #3: Click on “+” sign there next to VPN.
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Step #4: Select “Cisco Anyconnect Compatible VPN (OpenConnect)
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Step #5: Enter following info:
Name: Any name for your VPN connection, for example Finland if you want to connect to Finland server.
VPN Protocol: Cisco AnyConnect
Gateway: Your desired OpenConnect server address, such as “fi.jumptoserver.com”. Please click here to get complete list of OpenConnect VPN Server addresses. Make sure to enter an OpenConnect address, and not a PPTP or L2TP address.
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Click on “Add” at top right side.

 
Step #6: Click on “OK” when certificate details appear.
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Step #7: Enter your FastestVPN username and click on “Login”. Then enter your FastestVPN password, check mark “Save Passwords” and click on “Login”.
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Step #8: Turn the VPN switch “ON
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VPN connection will go under process. You can see its icon next to Network icon. VPN connection is currently under process.
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Once the VPN is connected successfully, that icon will turn into a “Lock”.


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

 

How to Disconnect

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