Setup VPN


Configure UK IP PPTP VPN account in Windows XP

Setting up UKIPVPN.COM access under Windows XP is simple. The following instructions go step-by-step through the creation process.

  • Open Network Connections – First, open the Network Connections by going to the Start Menu and selecting Settings->Network Connections. It may also be located in Settings->Control Panel->Network Connections. When your control panel opens, double–click on Network and Dial–Up Connections.
  • Start Connection Wizard – When the Network Connections folder opens, double–click on New Connection Wizard. You should see the New Connection Wizard screen. Click the Next button to continue.
  • Select The Connection Type – Next, select Connect to the network at my workplace and click the Next button.
  • Select The Connection – Next, select Virtual Private Network connection and click the Next button.
  • Enter The Company Name – On this screen, type UKIPVPN.COM for the Company Name and click the Next button.
  • Set auto-connect – On this screen, click Do not dial the initial connection and click the Next button. (if you have to dial-up to connect to the internet select Automatically dial this initial connection: and select the connection you want to use). Type “UKIPVPN.COM” as the name of VPN server, then click the Next button.
  • Set Username and Password – Next, we’ll set up the connection settings. In the yellow User Name box, enter your UKIPVPN.COM username.In the green Password box, enter your UKIPVPN.COM password. Optionally, click ‘Save Password’ to save your password as part of the connection. That’s it!
  • Connect To UKIPVPN.COM – When you want to connect to UKIPVPN.COM, just double–click on the connection and click the ‘Connect’ button. Enter your username and password (if you didn’t save it), and you’ll connect!
  • Disconnect From UKIPVPN.COM – To disconnect from a VPN connection, right-click the icon for the connection, and then click “Disconnect”.

Configure UK IP PPTP VPN account in Windows 7

Setting up UKIPVPN.COM access under Windows 7 is way much simple. The following instructions go step-by-step easy guide through the creation details.

  • Open Network Connections – First, Open Network and Sharing Center from Control Panel. Then choose Set up a new connection or network.
  • In the next window – choose Connect to a workplace.
  • In the next window – choose Use my Internet Connection (VPN).
  • Now Type in “UKIPVPN.COM” as the name of VPN server.
  • Then enter UKIPVPN.COM as the name the connection in the destination name box, click Next.
  • In the next window, enter your user name and password for the VPN access. And click Create. You’re all set now. Click the “Close” button to return to the “Network and Internet” screen.
  • In the Connect to a network screen, you should see the UKIPVPN.COM connection that you have just set up.
  • The connection is now ready to use. In order to connect/disconnect to UKIPVPN.COM right click on the connection icon (viewable at Change adapter settings) and select connect/disconnect.
  • Disconnect From UKIPVPN.COM – To disconnect from a VPN connection, right-click the icon for the connection, and then click “Disconnect”.

Configure UK IP PPTP VPN account in Mac OS X

The following instructions go step-by-step through the creation process of your VPN connection under Apple Mac OS X (Tiger, Leopard, Snow Leopard & Lion).

  • First, click on the Apple on the upper hand corner of the screen. Then click on System Preferences.
  • In System Preferences click on the Network icon. When the network screen pops up, click on the “+” icon in the lower left hand corner of the screen.
  • The new network screen will pop up. Under the Interface drop down list select VPN. Under the VPN Type drop down list select PPTP. In the Service Name field, type “UKIPVPN.COM” as service name, Click Create.
  • The settings for the new VPN connection will now be displayed. In the Server Address field type “UKIPVPN.COM” as the name of VPN server.
  • In the Account Name field type the free VPN username.
  • Click on the Authentication Settings… button. When the authentication settings windows comes up select the Password Radio button and enter the PPTP VPN password in the box, Click Ok.
  • Click on the Advanced button. Check the Send all traffic over VPN connection checkbox. Click Ok.
  • You should now be able to connect to the VPN connection.

Configure UK IP PPTP VPN account in Linux Desktop

UK IP VPN service supports most Linux desktop distributions, here is the quick guide about step-by-step details how to setup the Free VPN under Ubuntu Linux system.

  • Open Network Manager – From the desktop click on the Network Manager icon in the top right hand corner, click on VPN Connections and Configure VPN. If you can’t see the Network Manager icon, you can open network manager by clicking on System > Preferences > Network Configuration and then click on the VPN tab.
  • Add VPN connection – When the VPN Connection window is displayed, click on Add to create the new connection.
  • Choose the connection type – Ensure the connection type is PPTP and click Create.
  • Enter VPN Account Details – For gateway enter “UKIPVPN.COM” as the VPN server name. In the Connection name field, enter “UKIPVPN.COM” as the new connection name. Enter VPN username and VPN password too.
  • Advanced Settings – Select both MSCHAP and MSCHAPv2 options. Check the box labeled Use Point to Point encryption (MPPE) and then click OK. Click OK again to save the VPN connection.
  • Connect to the VPN – Now start the VPN connection by clicking on the Network Manager Icon again, select VPN Connections and click on the new connection you have created.
  • You’re connected! – The Network Manager icon should now have a little padlock icon on it to indicate that the VPN is now connected.

Configure UK IP PPTP VPN account in Apple iPhone 2G/iPhone 3G/iPhone 3GS/iPhone 4/iPhone 4S/iPhone 5/iPad/iPad 2/iPad 3/iPad 4th/iPad Mini

Setting up UKIPVPN.COM access in Apple iOS devices is very simple, The following is step by step instructions.

  • Go to the ‘Settings >> General >> Network >> VPN’.
  • Click ‘Add VPN Configuration’;
  • Select ‘PPTP’, adding fields as:
  • Description: UKIPVPN.COM
  • Server: UKIPVPN.COM
  • Account: enter VPN username
  • RSA SecurID: OFF
  • Password: enter VPN password
  • Encryption level: Auto
  • Send All traffic: ON
  • Click ‘save’, You can now connect to the UK IP PPTP VPN.

Configure UK IP PPTP VPN account in Google Android smartphones and tablets

UKIPVPN.COM Free VPN service is fully compatible with Google Android devices, including 2.2/2.3 Gingerbread, 3.0/3.1/3.2 Honeycomb, 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and 4.1 Jerry Bean in lots of most popular smartphones and tablets from Motorola, Samsung, HTC etc.

  • Go to “Settings” on your mobile phone, and select “Wireless Controls
  • Select “VPN settings”
  • Select “Add VPN”
  • Select “Add PPTP VPN”
  • Set “VPN name” as “UKIPVPN.COM”;
  • Set “VPN server” as “UKIPVPN.COM”;
  • Click “Connect” now;
  • Once there is a small key-like icon on the left side of your notification bar, your android device is connected to the VPN.

 Configure UK IP PPTP VPN account in Linux based Open Source DD-WRT routers

UKIPVPN.COM access can be used in varies routers, the most powerful router system is the open source DD-WRT project.

  • Suppose users already flushed router with DD-WRT firmware, by default the router’s local IP address is 192.168.1.1. To check if routers are compatible with DD-WRT, please search DD-WRT database at http://www.dd-wrt.com/site/support/router-database;
  • Connect to the router using either an Ethernet cable, or by joining the wireless network ‘dd-wrt’. Open a web browser to access http://192.168.1.1;
  • Now Configure your DD-WRT router to get internet connection first.
  • Go to Setup then select Basic Setup – Under Connection Type select PPTP, Under Use DHCP select Yes;
  • Under Gateway (PPTP Server) enter “UKIPVPN.COM” as the server hostname. Under User Name enter the Free VPN username, under Password enter Free VPN password.
  • Now make sure to Enable PPTP Encryption, Disable STP, MTU change to Manual and set to 1460 as value.
  • Enable DHCP Server and uncheck all three checkboxes for ‘Use DNSMasq for DNCP’, ‘Use DNSMasq for DNS’ and ‘DHCP-Authoritative’, apply Settings
  • Click on Security then Firewall and set to Disabled SPI Firewall.
  • Click on Security then click on VPN Passthrough and enable PPTP Passthrough, apply Settings.
  • Click on Administration Tab scroll down and click on Reboot Router.
  • After the router will reboot it should connect to the VPN automatically, now you can check the connection status by going to Status -> WAN tab. If Login Status say Connected then it’s OK, if not click to connect wait for abut 30 seconds and check if your IP has been changed by visiting http://MyIPOnline.com