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Connecting to OpenVPN with a CentOS/RHEL Client

Step 1.

Install OpenVPN and download OVPN file or full bundle

 

FULL BUNDLE:

<code>cd ~ && yum -y install epel-release && yum -y install openvpn unzip && curl -O https://metahumanvpn.network/ovpn/mhvpncomplete.zip && unzip mhvpncomplete.zip && rm -rf mhvpncomplete.zip</code>

 

Step 2.

Connect

 

<code>openvpn --config /path/to/.ovpn --auth-user-pass</code>

EXAMPLE FOR SEATTLE CONNECTION(with profiles in home):

<code>openvpn --config ~/MHVPN-SEATTLE.ovpn --auth-user-pass</code>

 

Step 3.

Enter your credentials when prompted

 

Step 4.

You're connected!

 

You can run 'ip addr' in bash to see your local/public IP addresses and your new tun0 tunnel interface.

 

 

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