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Install SSL OpenVPN Protocol (Recommended)

Supported on DD-WRT, OpenWRT, Sabai, and Tomato (Shibby) routers. Choose a guide below to install My Private Network VPN on your router.


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Not Sure Which VPN Protocol To Install?

A VPN connection utilises different protocol technologies such as PPTP, L2TP, SSL, or IKEv2 to establish a secure connection. Some have been developed since the birth of the internet, and some are freshly of this decade, but not all are created equally. We support all the main VPN protocols and your one account will provide you access to use any of them. Here’s a quick breakdown on these protocols below:

Details Point-to-Point Tunneling
Protocol was developed by
Microsoft for creating VPN over
dial-up networks. It has long
been the standard protocol for
internal business VPN. PPTP is
a VPN protocol only and has a
quick implementation due to low
computational overhead
Layer 2 Tunnel Protocol is a
VPN protocol that provides
encryption and confidentiality
for traffic that passes through it
when implemented with the
IPsec encryption suite. L2TP
over IPsec is as easy and quick
to set up as PPTP and is built-in
most modern operating
OpenVPN is an open source
VPN solution that uses various
technologies, including the
OpenSSL library and SSLv3/
TLSv1 encryption protocols. It is
highly configurable and can be
set to run on any port, although
it runs best on a UDP port. It is
considered difficult to block as it
makes traffic on it impossible to
differentiate from traffic using
standard HTTPS over SSL.
Internet Key Exchange version
2 is the newest VPN protocol
and based on IPSec tunneling
protocol. Jointly developed by
Microsoft and Cisco, it is baked
into Windows 7+.
Security MPPE – 128bit AES – 128bit AES – 256bit AES – 256bit
Speed Highest speed due to basic
encryption, but can result in
unstable connections.
L2TP/IPsec has tunneling
overhead but still fast due to
encryption/decryption efficiency.
Even on connections with high
latency and across great
distances it still has great
speed, making this the best
performing protocol.
Faster than most VPN
All Platforms: Windows, Mac,
Linux, iOS, Android, and more
Most Platforms: Windows, Mac,
Linux, iOS, Android, and more
Most Platforms: Windows, Mac,
Linux, iOS, Android, DD-WRT,
and more
Newer Platforms: Windows,
Mac, iOS, and Android
Pros • Fast
• Very easy setup
• Support for all platforms
• Easy setup
• Support on most platforms
• Very fast
• Very secure
• Can bypass firewalls
• Highly customisable
• Very fast
• Very secure
• Very stable
• Easy setup
Cons • Stability varies depending on
• Low security level
• May have slightly slower
• Can be problematic on
restrictive firewalls
• Setup may be trickier than
other protocols
• Not supported on some
mobile devices
• Requires third party software
• Not supported on most older
Conclusion A good basic VPN connection,
widely supported without any
additional software.
An improvement over PPTP and
widely supported.
In our humble opinion, the best
VPN solution. Although you
need to download a bit of
software and it is not usually
supported on mobile devices.
An excellent standard VPN
solution, second only to SSL.

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