Free VPN Setup & Configuration
Use free VPN to access blocked content and sites. Here are some links to free vpn sites and how to configure vpn clients both manually and with software.
Setup a new VPN network connection using the info on this site. When you get to the section in the Windows setup that says:
check “Don’t connect now; just set up so I can connect later”
If you are planning on connecting now you can leave this unchecked. Then continue to the section that says:
When “The connection is ready to use” message appears, click the “Close” button. Do not click the “Connect now” button.
You can now connect to the new VPN or close the window when it says the connection is now ready to use. Other operating systems you will do a similar process in setting up the VPN. The instructions for the other sites is also listed on the same page as the windows setup.
Exturnal site links that require software to connect:
http://www.softether.org – Free VPN Software
http://www.vpngate.net/en/howto_softether.aspx – How to connect to SoftEther VPN
http://www.vpngate.net/en/howto_l2tp.aspx – Shows how to connect to a VPN manually when supported.
http://www.vpngate.net/en/ – VPN Gate (VPN Server List)
Option 2 requires software to access a VPN
Freelan – A VPN that loves you – freelan.org – (Untested)
Freelan is a free, open-source, multi-platform, peer-to-peer VPN software that abstracts a LAN over the Internet. It works on Windows, Linux and Mac OSX. Whether you want to connect the computers of your family, play an old LAN-only game with your friends, or give a privileged access to your private network to your collaborators, freelan will do the job perfectly.
Freelan can, of course, be configured to act according to the usual client-server pattern, like any other VPN software. In this configuration, one or several clients connect to the server, which may or may not allow clients to communicate with one another. The server does not necessarily need to be part of the network and can even act as a simple relay.
The client-server pattern is nice, but it is also a bit fragile. What happens to your connectivity if the server falls for some reason? For more robust networks, freelan can be configured as a peer-to-peer network, where each node can connect directly to all the others. This configuration also brings better performances since traffic between two nodes doesn’t need to go through a third node anymore.
What if you would like to mix the benefits of both the client-server and peer-to-peer patterns ?
Freelan actually allows for all kinds of connectivity graphs. Some hosts can be connected to some others, but not all of them. You are free to pick the topology you desire, even an hybrid one. Need 3 servers and peer-to-peer connection between hosts ? Just go ahead !
Another option would be install software from OpenVPN then download Certificates Bundle
(Not Tested Yet)
Supports: PC MAC ANDROID iPHONE/iPAD
freelan.org – This software requires other software and has not been tested. Can be used as P2P or server client based.