Sometimes you want to connect to the VPN server at work, at dorm or other institution that blocks VPN traffic by a proxy or firewall restriction.
Examples of such proxy are: Microsoft ISA or Linux Squid
VPN protocols such as PPTP, L2TP, and SSTP are not good for connections where required to provide additional data to the authorization of the intermediate proxy traffic to the Internet.
However, we have a solution, that is OpenVPN client
The first step is to configure the OpenVPN client to connect to our VPN servers.
Configuration examples can be found on our website in the section: CONFIGURATION
After properly installing and configuring OpenVPN client, go to the settings.
In the proxy settings select: ‘Use Internet Explorer settings “
or we choose “Manual Setup” and type the company proxy name and port.
Required data about company proxy we will find in the Internet browser (for example: Internet Explorer )
Go to: Tools -> Connections -> LAN Settings -> Proxy server
When done, go to the VPN server list and select a dedicated VPN server for this connection.
( Dedicated VPN servers “Bypase Proxy Firewall” can be found in the customer panel)
Choose the connect button, you will be prompted to enter a username and password
(This are the login and password that you use to login to our Customer Panel)
Then you will be asked for your username and password to authenticate to the company’s proxy
( usually, this are login and password to your computer ).
The data are confidential and are sent between your computer and the company’s proxy server.
After authenticated to the company’s proxy you will be connected to one of the our VPN servers.
From now, You have unlocked all ports and can freely browse the Internet.
Proxy server sees this traffic as an encrypted HTTPS traffic.
Sometimes, after connection we have a problem with browse the internet.
In this case, you should go to your Internet Explore settings: Tools -> Connections -> LAN Settings -> Proxy server
and uncheck the box “Use a proxy server for your LAN”
If you have any problem with the configuration or have any questions feel free to mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org