L2TP (VPN) for Linux Mint
But, first, open a terminal and enter "sudo apt-get install l2tp-ipsec-vpn" to make sure L2TP/IPsec is set up on your system.
The difference lies in selecting L2TP with IPSec in the first prompt, so you should access a form dedicated to this technology where you can input the proxy.sh L2TP IP address, port and shared key ("security").
Then confirm and connect. Input your proxy.sh L2TP username and password where necessary and you should get successfully connected to the proxy.sh L2TP tunnels. Enjoy!
NB: If you encounter difficulties to connect with L2TP, please try to switch to OpenVPN. OpenVPN is more reliable, more secure and more flexible. OpenVPN also allows you to try various ports, including 'discreet' ones such as TCP 443. Below, you will find an aggregate of useful guides and articles that will help you troubleshoot your problems, should you have any.
Guide for setting up Safejumper (OpenVPN) on Linux Mint.
I cannot find the .ovpn and .crt files necessary for OpenVPN. Where are they?
No matter how hard I try, I cannot succesfully connect to OpenVPN.
I can't access any website through my browser while connected to VPN.
I am connected to the VPN but my IP is not yet hidden. Help!
I am having some kind of other problem. Where can I find some help?
How can I find the local log files of my VPN client?
If you still cannot connect successfully, please open a support ticket and include either a copy of your logs or a screenshot of your configuration and encountered errors. Logs can usually be found in software menus or settings, as well as their directories of installation (.log or .txt files). If you do not include a log or a screenshot, it will be hard for us to help you resolve the issues you have with connecting to our network.
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