Make sure your iPad is connected to the internet and that you are able to browse the web. These instructions were written for iOS 7 but the steps should be the same for all versions of iOS.
NOTE: PPTP VPN is no longer supported on iOS 10 onwards, however you can still connect to our service by selecting the L2TP protocol instead following the instructions here: Apple iPad L2TP VPN Setup
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From the main screen, click on Settings.
Choose General and then select VPN.
Now click on Add VPN Configuration
PPTP Connection Configuration
At the top of the panel, ensure that you select PPTP as shown below:
Then enter the following settings:
Description: MPN GBR
Note: If you want to connect to any of our other servers, ie our USA servers, simply change the server name, please refer to our complete list of servers.
Account: Your MPN Username
Password: Your MPN Password
RSA SecurID: OFF
Encryption Level: Auto
Send all traffic: ON
Proxy should be Off
Double check that everything is OK and press Save to save the settings.
Note: Error saving the connection?
Note: If you get the above error when saving the connection, this is because you already have an existing VPN configuration with the same Description i.e. MPN GBR.
To resolve this, please change the Description to something else i.e. MPN GBR 2, MPN UK or alternatively delete the older VPN configuration following the steps outlined on our Knowledge Base here.
Enabling VPN Connection
Connect to our service by sliding the VPN ON/OFF button on your device to the ON position.
The VPN will now attempt to connect.
You are connected
That’s it, once you have connected successfully, the Status will show as Connected and you will be able to see the VPN logo at top left of your device screen.
Your iPad is now connected to our UK service and you should be able to browse the Web as if you are in the UK.
If you want to connect to any of our other servers, ie our USA servers, simply change the server name, please refer to our complete list of servers. Note: You need to have the correct country Plan or our Global Plan to connect to different countries.
Unfortunately it doesn’t always go to plan!