How to set up a VPN on my VPS?

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I am trying to setup a VPN service on a VPS. I have read some articles on the net but really don't know which one i should follow. I currently have a new VPS Centos 6 server, I would like to have a thing allows me to "one click install" nor a control panel that I can use to manage the VPN.
 

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OpenVPN is a solid open-source VPN software, with significant documentation available online. Not sure what your specific usage will be, but this is a great place to start.
 
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We use OpenVPN as well.

It's not exactly a "one click install", but there are plenty of tutorials online that you can follow.
 

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The number one choice is OpenVPN, also you can try Pro VPN.
On Best VPN you will find a way to do it step by step, based on the fact you have a CentOS 6.
With Linux not sure is same way to run it.
Sure you can find more options online, but those are the ones I think will be just fine.
 

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Think, You are buiseness overseas working to secure a new account with a new supplier. This is big fact for you and your company. If you can done the work really good.Then your promotion will be in your hand then what if you see hard drive crash.

Any way If you can set up VPN on computer or set up VPN on computer you may access file from anywhere in the world.
Here is some instruction for you …….
1.open your web browser and go to whatismyip.com. And write down the ip address.
2. Click the start button and click the run.
3.Type control and hit enter
4.go to control panel and select network and internet connection
5. Click network connection and select create a network connection.
6.click next and select advanced connection and next accept incoming connection
7.Choose accept incoming connection. You will see the device then click next.
8.select allow virtual private connection.
See more here from wikihow. http://www.wikihow.com/Set-Up-a-Virtual-Private-Network-with-Windows.
 

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I am trying to setup a VPN service on a VPS. I have read some articles on the net but really don't know which one i should follow. I currently have a new VPS Centos 6 server, I would like to have a thing allows me to "one click install" nor a control panel that I can use to manage the VPN.
I too suggest OpenVPN as I have been running with it for over 4 years without a problem. But it is not really one click install; you may be familiar with CLI to configure based on your demand. But I guess you may find providers with OpenVPN VM template and it may make your life easier.

Also why you go with CentOS 6 still? CentOS 7 is here already for a while and stable...use the latest OS to avoid an OS update soon or later.
 
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I highly recommend OpenVPN.

Grab an Ubuntu VPS and then install this:

Code:
Enable TUN/TAP

cd /home
wget https://raw.github.com/Nyr/openvpn-install/master/openvpn-install.sh; chmod +x openvpn-install.sh; ./openvpn-install.sh

Add more users: ./openvpn-install.sh

apt-get update
apt-get upgrade

For 32bit OS
wget http://swupdate.openvpn.org/as/openvpn-as-1.8.5-Ubuntu12.i386.deb; dpkg -i openvpn-as-1.8.5-Ubuntu12.i386.deb

For 64bit OS
wget http://swupdate.openvpn.org/as/openvpn-as-1.8.5-Ubuntu12.amd_64.deb; dpkg -i openvpn-as-1.8.5-Ubuntu12.amd_64.deb

passwd openvpn

Now you can access the admin panel by visiting
https://yourip:943/admin
 
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