Guides overview

We provide detailed guides for different Operating System versions. In most cases you can select between OpenVPN and PPTP to connect to our service.

It is recommended to use OpenVPN to connect to our service. OpenVPN surpasses firewalls and routers easier and is more secure than PPTP. PPTP is considered broken and should really only be used on platforms where OpenVPN is not available.

General settings

We also put together general information about the VPN protocols we support. This information can be used when connecting with systems we do not provide guides for.

Getting help

If you experience problems when following a guide, please refer to our Problem Guide and the FAQ first. If these documents do not provide enough information for solving your problem, visit our online chat or use the Help Wizard to contact the support.

If you find an error or think there is something missing write us an email to feedback@ipredator.se.

Windows

  Version OpenVPN PPTP
Windows 10 Viscosity *
native
built-in
Windows 8 Viscosity *
native
built-in
Windows 7 Viscosity *
native
built-in
Windows Vista Viscosity *
native
built-in

Commercial client *

Mac OS X

  Version OpenVPN PPTP
macOS Sierra Viscosity *
Tunnelblick
Not available
Mac OS X El Capitan Viscosity *
Tunnelblick
built-in
Mac OS X Yosemite Viscosity *
Tunnelblick
built-in
Mac OS X Mavericks Viscosity *
Tunnelblick
built-in
Mac OS X Mountain Lion Viscosity *
Tunnelblick
built-in
Mac OS X Lion Viscosity *
Tunnelblick
built-in

Commercial client *

BSD & Linux

  Version OpenVPN PPTP
Debian Linux native pptp-client
FreeBSD native mpd5
Linux Mint 17 Gnome Network Manager Gnome Network Manager
OpenBSD native pptp-client
Ubuntu Linux 16.04 Gnome Network Manager Gnome Network Manager
Ubuntu Linux 15.10 Gnome Network Manager Gnome Network Manager

Mobile devices

  System OpenVPN PPTP
Android native built-in
iPhone
iPod & iPad
native Not available

Router

  System OpenVPN
OpenWrt 15.05 Chaos Calmer native
PfSense 2.2 native
TomatoUSB native