This tutorial explains how to set up PPTP on Deepin Linux. Follow step-by-step for to set up a Linux Deepin VPN.
- We used the FastestVPN for this tutorial. While you can use any VPN service which offers the PPTP protocol.
Step 1: Open your Deepin network settings, click "VPN" and then click on the "+" sign
Step 2: Select "PPTP" and enter the following information:
- Name: Any name for your VPN on Deepin Linux such as "PPTP"
- Gateway: Enter the PPTP VPN server address provided by your VPN service provider
- Username: Enter the username as provided by your VPN service provider
- Pwd Options: Select an option for the password such as "Saved"
- Password: Enter the password as provided by your VPN service provider
Step 3: Now enable "Refuse EAP Authentication", Refuse PAP Authentication". and "Refuse CHAP Authentication". After that click on "Save"
Step 4: Now wait for the PPTP VPN on Deepen Linux to get connected
Step 5: PPTP VPN on Deepin Linux has been connected.
To disconnect the VPN on Deepin Linux, click on the arrow next to your connected VPN and click "Disconnect"
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