Setting up your Apple iPad to connect to My Private Network via the IKEv2 protocol should take just a few minutes using our Apple iPad VPN manager application from the Apple App Store.

Please note that your device needs to be connected to the Internet and able to browse the web before moving on with the instructions below.

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Getting Started.


Tap on the App Store icon on your iPad’s Home Screen
iOS Select AppStore from Main Menu

Tap on Search and type in My Private Network. The My Private Network VPN Manager should appear on your screen as shown below.



Tap on the Free button or the Cloud icon (if you have downloaded it before) to download and install the application.

Alternatively, just tap the Apple App Store icon below to download the app. Please ensure you’re tapping the icon below while using your iPad browser, or you’ll need to connect your iPad to your computer to transfer the app to your device


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Tap on the Install button to install the app.

Logging in to the VPN Manager App


When you launch the app for the first time, you will receive a prompt to allow the app to send notification to your device. Select Allow.

allow vpn app notification

Next, you need to enter the VPN username and password that you used to register with us.

Note: If you do not have a registered account with us, tap on Sign Up and register your details to continue.

iOS iPad Login page

Once you have entered your My Private Network username and password, tap on the Login button to proceed.

You will be prompted to save your login details, select OK if you wish to do so and login automatically each time the app is launched.

save login details prompt on the Apple iPad VPN app



VPN App Connection Status Page


Once logged in, you should see the app main page as the screenshot below:

main screen on the Apple iPad VPN app

When you first launch the app and have yet to be connected to the VPN, the background will be black and the padlock unlocked, indicating the VPN is not connected.

Status: is your VPN connection status with My Private Network servers . This status will usually either Disconnected, Connecting or Connected.

Current IP Location: shows your current effective Country and IP address, i.e. the location that the rest of the internet sees for your device and the information that service providers use to deny access to geographically restricted content.

Select Country: If you are subscribed to our Global Plan, you can tap to choose to connect to any of the listed countries. Once selected, click on Done.

country selection screen on the Apple iPad VPN app

Note: If you have only a single country subscription i.e. our GBR Plan only, you will not be able to change this field as the selection will automatically be set to the subscribed country, which in this case is United Kingdom.

For 3-Days Free Trial: If you’re on our Free Trial, you can select from 44 available countries.

For Free Plan: You will also not be able to change this field (Free Servers) and your connection will be rotated between different countries we have in our Free VPN cluster.

Connecting to the VPN


When you are ready to connect, click on Connect.

Note: If this is the first time connecting via the app, you will receive a couple of notifications as the app will install the profile automatically to your device.

install vpn config via app

You will receive a prompt stating Connection Failed! during the first connection attempt, don’t be alarmed and just click on Close.

ios vpn app connection error

Click on Connect again to retry the connection.

VPN connecting screen on the Apple iPad VPN app

The background will change to orange and the status and animation will indicate that the app is now attempting to connect to our VPN servers.

After a few moment, the background should turn green and the Status states Connected, indicating that you have connected successfully to our service.

VPN connected status screen on the Apple iPad VPN app

Other visual cues to indicate your Connected status will be the Current IP Location which will show the Country and IP address of the VPN country that you selected earlier.

Also, the padlock will be locked and you should see a VPN logo on the top left hand corner of your iPad.

As long you are connected, your connection will be securely routed through our servers and you are now free to access whichever sites or applications that were previously blocked.

Disconnecting from the VPN


To disconnect the VPN, simply open the App again and tap on the Disconnect button. The app background will turn black again and your IP Location will revert to your original network IP address and Country.

Disconnected screen of the iPad VPN app

The padlock will be unlocked again and the VPN logo should disappear from the top left hand corner, indicating that the VPN is now disconnected.

App Guide and Information Status


The left hand side of the screen shows your Account Details.

iOS iPad Account Settings page


Username will be the VPN username that is currently logged into this VPN app.

Account Status is your account status with My Private Network. This consists of the service you are subscribed to, followed by your subscription status. Your subscription status will usually either Active, Expired, Cancelled or Excluded.

Change Password – select this if you wish to change your VPN password from within the app.

Subscription – Select this if you wish to subscribe or renew our available Paid Plans using Apple Pay.

If you have general queries or service issues in relation to the VPN app, you can click on the FAQ (frequently asked questions) option or contact us directly within the app using the Contact Us option.

Logout will remove the saved username and password and kick you back to the VPN App login screen so you will need to enter them again if you wish to use the app.


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