OpenVPN GUI is an easy to use Windows utility that acts as a substitute for console-based application like Control-M (for removing third-party applications).
It runs without demanding resources, thus can be used to run concurrently.
Additionally, the program supports proxy settings and VPN users can setup their own IP address.
OpenVPN GUI Key Features:
OS: Any Windows, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
Processor: 2.4GHz CPU
Memory: 1GB RAM
Storage: 300MB available space
Internet Connection: Any broadband connection
Storage Card: Minimum 256MB space
Hardware: 2.4GHz CPU
Memory: 2GB RAM
Storage: 300MB-1GB available space
OpenVPN is the first project I started which got me introduced to the world of VPN.
Back in 2011 I had this idea that why VPN doesn’t get a reason.
I was always looking for a way that how to configure VPN and in that process of configuring it, I came across with the idea of using free VPN.
So, I tried a free VPN which turned out to be really useful so I blogged about it, which can be found here:
Here is the video of this tutorial which I uploaded before on YouTube which you can watch here:
I am giving it a second chance because this was one of my first ever video on YouTube and it garnered so much traffic, response and interest that it got me hundreds of views and subscribes, so I decided to upload it again but this time, it will be with some more improvements and features.
So, I hope that you will like this new version which I believe is much better than my previous version. I just added some more features like https, port-forwarding, UDP protocols and so on. So, without further ado, let’s get started.
So, as the title of the video says, in this video, we are going to configure OpenVPN, which is one of the most famous VPN software.
So, let’s start with the installation.
One of the most important things to remember when configuring a VPN is to keep your router’s
-Start OpenVPN GUI Serial Key
-At the Main window, click on the Proxy tab and select Manual Proxy Configuration
-Enter the address of your SOCKS proxy in the Address text box
-Enter the host of your HTTP proxy server in the Host text box
-Enter the port of your HTTP proxy server in the Port text box
-Enter your HTTP proxy user name in the User text box
-Enter your HTTP proxy password in the Password text box
-Add exception rules in the Exceptions button as per your need
-Apply the settings and save it
-Click on the Save button to save your VPN settings
-Click on Save again to save the configurations
-Click on OpenVPN Log to view your OpenVPN log file
-Click on OpenVPN Log again to close the log file
-Click on Save again to save it
-Click on Exit to close the programRecently, as the digitalization of image information has progressed, various digital image-capturing apparatuses such as a digital camera, a digital video camcorder, and a digital still camera have come into wide use. In such a digital image-capturing apparatus, along with the increase in the number of pixels of an image sensor such as a CCD (Charge-Coupled Device) and a CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor), the size of the apparatus itself has been reduced.
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OpenVPN GUI is a utility for managing OpenVPN connections from the Notifications tray.
It provides you with a more compact GUI by providing the same functions as other OpenVPN tools, but without having access to the console window, it automatically redirects connections to the OpenVPN settings.
Similar to the ‘OpenVPN Configuration GUI’, OpenVPN GUI will also allow you to add, delete, modify and manage connections without having to enter any passwords.
Compared to other tools, however, you are able to modify the connections using the OpenVPN GUI without taking from your computer/laptop screen, while opening the configuration window with just a click of the mouse.
1. Tools & Commandline Operations
– Ability to start, stop, modify, connect, disconnect and manage VPN connections.
– Easy to use.
– Commandline operations.
2. System proxy support.
– Allows you to use Internet Explorer proxy settings.
– Proxy settings can be modified as per your preferences.
3. OpenVPN Config file support.
– Each connection can be defined as well as modified according to your needs.
– Advanced users can edit the config file directly to make their VPN connection work in the optimal way.
4. Log file support.
– View log file information.
– You can view and modify log settings.
5. Ability to view connection details.
– You can view the connection details in a tooltip box and note down the IP address used for establishing the connection.
– Easy to use.
– It can be downloaded as a 64 bit binary for Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and newer versions.
– You can download OpenVPN GUI for Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 & 10 versions.
7. How to use the OpenVPN GUI.
– Start OpenVPN GUI from the system tray.
– You can change the settings from the ‘Proxy’ tab.
– You can connect, modify and disconnect your VPN connections from the settings displayed in the ‘General’ tab.
– You can get a connection details by right clicking on the icon.
– You can view your connection’s log file by right clicking on the icon.
– You can change the location of the configuration file by clicking on the configuration directory displayed in the ‘General’ tab.
– You can view your connection’s IP address by clicking on the tooltip
OpenVPN GUI is a graphical utility for managing OpenVPN on Windows platforms. OpenVPN GUI allows you to manage multiple VPN tunnels and connect to servers without opening a console window. It is a cross-platform solution that works on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux systems. OpenVPN GUI was first released as a freeware application; however, it is now available under the open source community license. This tool is continuously updated and revised. For example, the latest version incorporates the most up-to-date tunneling protocols and a new user interface (UI) with the ability to preview traffic and log files.
An open-source GUI for managing OpenVPN.
Easy to Use
OpenVPN GUI is one of the most easy-to-use and user-friendly solutions to manage OpenVPN. It allows you to modify all of the settings associated with the tunnel, monitor the current status and view logs easily. Additionally, OpenVPN GUI is integrated with Internet Explorer and Microsoft Windows 7.
Default Tunnel Parameters
After you launch OpenVPN GUI for the first time, you are able to modify all of the settings associated with the tunnel and use OpenVPN GUI easily. To modify OpenVPN settings, simply click on OpenVPN in the left-hand pane and you will be brought to the settings menu.
OpenVPN GUI includes a large number of different VPN tunnels to choose from, and you are able to add extra tunnels easily. In order to add the tunnel, simply click on the new tunnel button, which is placed in the right-hand window.
From there, you are able to create a new tunnel or modify any of the existing tunnels without having to open a console window.
Custom Tunnel Settings
By default, OpenVPN GUI includes a few standard tunnels, but you are able to easily create custom tunnels according to your needs.
OpenVPN GUI also includes a lot of extra setting pages to help you easily deal with the OpenVPN tunnels.
– Activate, Remove or Confirm a New Tunnel
– Activating a new tunnel does not automatically start the tunnel. In order to initiate a tunnel, you are able to modify the ‘Active TUNNELS’ option and choose between ‘TCP’ and ‘UDP’.
– To modify the tunnel settings, simply open the ‘General Settings’ page and click on the required option. For example, you can modify the ‘Type’, ‘Destination IP’
Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista
At least 4GB of RAM
2GB Graphics card
800MB Free hard drive space
– Xbox 360 Controller
– USB 2.0 port
1. Will I be able to use anything other than the controller?
Currently, the console uses an Xbox 360 wireless controller. However, it’s possible to