UndergroundVPN PPTP Configuration Guide for Ubuntu

This handy how-to guide will help you get UndergroundVPN set up on the Ubuntu Linux distribution using the PPTP protocol.

Step 1:  Select the following options:

  • Click on “Network Connection Icon
  • Go to “VPN Connections” and select “Configure VPN…

Step 2:  Click on “Add

Step 3:  Click on drop down menu

Step 4:  Select “Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)” and click “Create

Step 5:

Select the following options:

  • Insert “Connection name:” UndergroundVPN PPTP
  • Insert desired server in “Gateway”
  • Click here to get the server list.
  • Insert Username provided by UndergroundVPN
  • Insert Password provided by UndergroundVPN
  • Click on “Advanced

Step 6:  Select the following options:

  • Use Point-to-Point encryption (MPPE)
  • Allow BSD data compression
  • Allow Deflate data compression
  • Use TCP header compression
  • Uncheck “EAP”
  • Click “OK”

Step 7:  Click on “Save…” and close the “Network Connections” window

Step 8:  Select the following options:

  • Click on “Network Connection Icon
  • Go to “VPN Connections” and select newly created “UndergroundVPN PPTP” connection

Step 9:  You are connected to VPN Successfully.  Enjoy all of the benefits that come with VPN service such as privacy, security and region blocked content!