We support L2TP, how to set it up?

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We fully support L2TP protocol on all of our VPN servers. You can set it up manually using instruction from here. L2TP is more secure version of VPN protocol then PPTP and it is more reliable in terms of disconnects. So if you are not afraid of spending a bit of time in setup, go… Read more »

Error 619: A Connection to the remote computer could not be established, so the port used for this connection was closed.

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When you face a strange VPN connectivity problems, try to check the error message and if it is “Error 619: A Connection to the remote computer could not be established, so the port used for this connection was closed.” then you have a chance to resolve it. To resolve that issue: 1. Make sure your… Read more »

How many types of VPN are there?

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That’s a bit of a tricky question, since VPN protocols can have different settings and can encapsulate each other. But let’s try to count them one by one. 1) PPTP most popular and widely supported protocol, has 128-bit encryption and quite fast comparing to other protocols. But not so well protected, since encryption key of… Read more »

How to setup L2TP VPN for MacOS

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Since, L2TP testing is still ongoing, then we’d like show you how to setup L2TP VPN connection for MacOS manually. Setup 1. First, open System Preferences and find Network settings there. Open it.

L2TP/IPSec Beta Testing starts

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As it was promised before, that we start open beta testing of L2TP/IPSec protocol. Here will be described how to setup new L2TP connection under Windows 7 manually using your existing Seed4.Me account. During beta testing period L2TP/IPSec is available only on NL servers and no Automatic Setup possible. OK, now let’s start. Step 1…. Read more »

Launching L2TP/IPSec Support

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Today, we’d like to share good news regarding our plans to launch L2TP/IPSec support. Some of our existing members asked about diversity and we thought it’s right thing to do. PPTP protocol has recommended itself quite well as working horse, but it lacks robustness and security. Depending on connection quality PPTP protocol can bring sudden… Read more »