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    is there free and easy to use vpn for fedora?

    if someone use free vpn on fedora pls advise.
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    Re: is there free and easy to use vpn for fedora?

    Are you asking for a recommendations for 3rd party VPN services? Or do you want to setup a server/client VPN relationship? If the latter, see the OpenVPN wiki: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Openv...OpenVPN_server

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    Re: is there free and easy to use vpn for fedora?

    If you're willing to try something a little experimental there is wireguard being developed for mainstream kernel inclusion and praised by Linus Torvalds.

    With wireguard installed you can then use the free servers provided by Tunsafe (another wireguard implementation written by the original author of utorrent and spotify). There are also other vpn providers supporting wireguard. Tunsafe vpn conf generator at https://tunsafe.com/vpn

    wireguard is available as a kernel module directly from the author's own copr repo for Fedora - see https://www.wireguard.com/install/
    - you will need to turn off secure boot as is the case with all unsigned drivers. You could also install tunsafe's own linux client which uses a "tun" interface rather than a kernel module but it would seem best to stick to the original wireguard except on Windows where tunsafe implementation is the only option.

    With wireguard installed - you can generate a client config from Tunsafe's free service and then simply "# wg-quick up downloaded- config-file-name" to establish a vpn connection. You can also easily setup a vps as a wireguard vpn server for your own use with very little effort.

    Please note that although this is believed to be state of the art crypto and no major problems have been found, it is not yet at final release version although already widely deployed.

    I've used wireguard with no problems between both my own systems and the free Tunsafe servers.
    Last edited by hogweed; 11th February 2019 at 08:37 PM.

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    Re: is there free and easy to use vpn for fedora?

    thank you man , appreciated.
    i will check this one tomorrow .
    regards.

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    Re: is there free and easy to use vpn for fedora?

    Quote Originally Posted by HaydnH
    Are you asking for a recommendations for 3rd party VPN services? Or do you want to setup a server/client VPN relationship? If the latter, see the OpenVPN wiki: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Openv...OpenVPN_server
    thank you .

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    Re: is there free and easy to use vpn for fedora?

    Tor is free and easy.
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