This tutorial explains how to set up a PPTP VPN on Fedora Linux. Follow step-by-step to set up a Linux Fedora VPN using the PPTP protocol.
1: Open your Fedora network settings and click "+" sign next to the "VPN"
2: Select "Point-to-Point-Tunneling-Protocol (PPTP)"
3: Click "Advanced"
4: Check mark "Use Point-to-Point encryption (MPPE)" and click "OK"
5: Enter the following information:
6: Now your PPTP profile has been created. Toggle the VPN switch
7: Wait for the PPTP VPN on Fedora to get established.
This icon shows that the PPTP on Fedora has been connected now. Later, you can use the network menu to connect and disconnect VPN on Fedora.
Unable to Connect PPTP on Fedora?
If you're unable to connect PPTP on Fedora Linux, then first make sure that your provided information (PPTP server address, username and password) is correct. Still if it doesn't connect then open terminal and enter these commands one by one:
Now connect again to the PPTP on Linux Fedora.
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