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PiVPN Project: http://www.pivpn.io/
OpenVPN Windows Client:
Tunnelblick (Mac client):
02:08 - Setting up PiVPN
03:55 - Setting up static local IP address
06:37 - Assigning port number
07:58 - Setting up dynamic dns (DDNS)
09:01 - Dynamic DNS services
13:38 - Creating PiVPN users
14:13 - OVPN user configuration file
16:41 - Configuring Windows Client
18:44 - Router port forwarding
20:03 - Connecting to the VPN on Windows
22:20 - Connecting to the VPN on Android
25:11 - Connecting to the VPN on iOS
25:56 - Connecting to the VPN on Mac
27:13 - Overall VPN Performance
29:45 - Managing Users on VPN
30:52 - Final Thoughts
31:49 - PiVPN works on PCs too
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