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Setting up VPN on Windows Vista

Select VPN protocol

 
 
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OS support
Port
Device support
Difficulty of setting up
Speed
Stability,
reliability
Security
Difficulty of blocking
on Firewall
 

PPTP

The easiest way — if you want to provide only the change of location when data protection is not important.

+ Easy to set up, supported by all devices and OS
The lowest level of protection
OS support all operating systems
Port 1723 TCP
Device support all devices
Difficulty of setting up
Speed
Stability, reliability
Security
Difficulty of blocking on Firewall

L2TP

When you need to change the location and protect of the transferred data, and the data transfer speed is not important.

+ Easy to set up, more secure than PPTP
Not always passes through the Firewall
OS support all operating systems (on Linux required to install additional packages)
Port 500 UDP
Device support supported by most devices (routers require additional configuration)
Difficulty of setting up
Speed
Stability, reliability
Security
Difficulty of blocking on Firewall

OpenVPN

The best choice — allows to ensure high security, speed and reliability.

+ Most secure
Requires to install additional software
OS support all operating systems, requires to install additional software
Port any TCP/UDP port
Device support all devices
Difficulty of setting up
Speed
Stability, reliability
Security
Difficulty of blocking on Firewall

In this section you will find step-by-step instructions for VPN-connection setup via PPTP, L2TP and OpenVPN protocols for Windows Vista operating system. Choose the required protocol and follow the steps of the instructions.

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