How to Set Up OpenVPN on Linux Command Line Interface

How to Set Up OpenVPN on Linux Command Line Interface

  1. Install OpenVPN
    Open the terminal, login as root and run the following command:
    'apt-get install openvpn'

  2. Download configuration file
    You can download your OpenVPN config file here

    Once you have the config file, move it to 
    /etc/openvpn/vpnht.ovpn

  3. Run OpenVPN
    Now run openvpn as root with the following command:
    # openvpn /etc/openvpn/vpnht.ovpn

    Enter your credentials and you should be connected
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