Windows Setup Tutorials
We have a full list of compatible VPN connections as well as our own pre-configured, self updating ‘All in One’ Connection Software for all 32 and 64 bit Windows Operating Systems from Windows XP right through to Windows 10. VPNUK servers are compatible with Windows connections over PPTP, L2TP/IPSec, IKEv2 and also OpenVPN. We have developed our own Connection Assistant software for openVPN connections which allows users to configure options including protocol, port, DNS and server options. All of our software is very easy to setup and configure. In order to setup the software just enter your login details and choose your server from the availability list.
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Apple Setup Tutorials
We have a full list of compatible VPN connections as well as our own pre-configured, self updating ‘All in One’ Connection Software for Mac OS X systems. VPNUK servers are compatible with MAC OS X connections over PPTP, L2TP/IPSec and also OpenVPN. We have developed our own Connection Assistant software for OpenVPN connections through TunnelBlick which allows users to configure options including protocol, port, DNS and server options. We also have setup tutorials for standalone OpenVPN connections made through Tunnelblick and Viscosity. All of our software is very easy to setup and configure. In order to setup the software just enter your login details and choose your server from the availability list.
Select Your Apple O/S or Device
Android Setup Tutorials
We have a full list of compatible VPN connections for Android, and we currenly have our very own Android App currently in development. VPNUK servers are compatible with Android connections over PPTP, L2TP/IPSec and also OpenVPN on all devices newer than v4.0. connections. We have indepth setup tutorials for openVPN connections made through OpenVPN for Android by Andre Schwabe and the official OpenVPN Connect by OpenVPN Technologies. Android devices older than v4.0 we are limited to PPTP and SmartDNS connections.
Select Your Android O/S Version
Blackberry Setup Tutorials
Due to most older Blackberry devices not supporting any kind of VPN tunneling connection we are only currently able to support a small number of Blackberry v10 devices and the Blackberry Playbook through a VPN connection. It is possible for older Blackberry devices to connect through our SmartDNS service or through a router configured to our VPN service. VPNUK servers are compatible with Blackberry devices through VPN connections made over IKEv2.
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Amazon Fire Setup Tutorials
We have a full list of compatible VPN connections for all manner of Amazon Fire devices. VPNUK servers are compatible with Amazon Fire connections over PPTP, L2TP/IPSec and also OpenVPN. Amazon Fire devices are also able to connect to the VPNUK servers through our innovative SmartDNS service.
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Router Setup Tutorials
There are many different routers that can handle a VPN connection compatible with the VPNUK service. We strongly recommend all connections to the VPNUK servers over use an OpenVPN setup, its fast, stable and very secure. VPNUK openly support connections made on routers with DD-WRT, Asus, pfSense and Tomato running OpenVPN connections. We have full setup tutorials for this kind of connection.
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Games Console Setup Tutorials
The quickest and easiest way to connect any games console to the VPNUK service is through a router running a VPN connection, we recommend OpenVPN connections through a DD-WRT compatible router. You can also use a Smart DNS connection on some games consoles, however, these are quite often problematic and troublesome to get connected. If you have no option of setting up a VPN connection we recommend configuring a SmartDNS connections on a router. Click here for information: Smart DNS Router Setup
Select Your Console Type
Smart TV Setup Tutorials
Setting up the VPNUK service on a Smart TV is not exactly straight forward, for starters, a Smart TV is not directly compatible with any kind of VPN connection. However, you can set up a Smart TV though our VPN service when using the TV in conjunction with a router configured to our VPN service. We recommend an OpenVPN connection on a DD-WRT compatible router. You can also set the majority of Smart TVs up to use our Smart DNS service. We have included setup tutorials for a number of the worlds most popular TV manufacturers. For any TV that does not have a setup tutorial the configuration procedure will be very similar on all makes and models, this tutorial should be similar no matter what TV the DNS configuration is being carried out on. There are still quite a few Smart TV systems that will not work correctly on the Smart DNS service. If you are a new customer please come over to Live Help and we’ll provide you with a free trial account so you can test it on your Smart TV.