1. Download Tunnelblick

To connect to Vilfo's VPN Server you first need to download Tunnelblick.

2. Install Tunnelblick

Double-click on the file that you downloaded.

If you see:

Double-click Tunnelblick.app and go through the installation process.

If you see something like:

You might need to hold the Ctrl button, and click the file again. Then choose Open. Then follow the previous steps.

Go through the installation. When finished you should see something like:

Click Run.

3. Start Tunnelblick

When Tunnelblick is run for the first time you will see:

Click I have configuration files.

Then click Done.

4. Download the configuration you want

First, make sure that Vilfo's VPN server is started

Go to Menu VPN Server in Vilfo and press the Download config button.

You'll have the choice of choosing an operating system, and an OpenVPN version. Select Other systems as the operating system. As for the OpenVPN version, select OpenVPN 2.4 or newer.

Double-click the file you downloaded. If nothing happens when you click it, try holding down the Ctrl-key and choose the alternative Open.

If you see:

You can now choose if you wish to install it for all users on your computer or just your user.

Then you might need to enter your password in order to allow Tunnelblick to install the configuration file:

When the configuration file has been installed you will see:

5. Connect to Vilfo's VPN server

If you now check the upper right corner you will see an icon that looks like a tunnel. This is the Tunnelblick-icon.

Click the icon - and choose to connect to the configuration file you downloaded in step 4.

6. Set credentials

Enter the username and password you created under Settings Users in Vilfo. For more information about creating new users, see Adding new users.

Check Save to keychain if you wish for Tunnelblick to remember your login credentials.

7. Finished

You should now be connected to Vilfo's VPN server. You can now place the device in a group under Devices to safely browse the internet using your VPN provider just like you would any other device on your network.

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