Step 1. Click on the Network icon in system tray and Open Network and Sharing Center.
Step 2. Click Set up a new connection or network.
Step 3. Select Connect to a workplace and create a new connection (If you will see a new window).
Step 4. Click Use my Internet connection (VPN).
Step 5. Enter your Hostname (look L2TP info text file in the user dashboard) as Internet address and give the connection a name in Destination name field. Select the Don't connect now checkbox and click Next.
Step 6. Enter your login info (look L2TP info text file in the user dashboard). Select the Remember this password checkbox and click Create. Close the next window.
Step 7. Click on the Network icon in system tray. Right click on the newly created VPN connection and click Properties.
Step 8. Select the Security tab and change the Type of VPN to Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol with IPsec (L2TP/IPSec) and the Data encryption to Maximum strength encryption. Click Advanced settings.
Step 9. Use your preshared key for authentication (look L2TP info text file in the user dashboard).
Step 10. The VPN connection is ready. Now click on Network Icon in system tray, select your newly setup VPN connection and hit Connect.
Step 11. Click Connect.NB! Never use remember password option on public computers! If someone connects with your details when you online, you will be disconnected!
Step 12. Click on the Network icon in system tray and hit Disconnect when you finish.
Step 13. If you see the Set Network Location screen, click on Public location.
Delete VPN connection
Step 1. Click on the Start button and type view network connections in the search field and hit Enter.
Step 2. Right click on the VPN Connection and click Delete.
What is VPN? A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a network technology providing a secure connection over a public network such as the Internet. All internet traffic over a VPN is encrypted using different algorithms to protect data integrity and privacy.
Services We offer various VPN packages, such as single and double VPN, dedicated IP address and open incoming ports. All packages use our own DNS servers and have three ways to connect: L2TP VPN, PPTP VPN and OpenVPN.