This tutorial introduces you a step-by-step guide on how to use the KeepSolid VPN Unlimited app on your Linux computer. How to connect to VPN using Linux? How to use VPN on Linux? Let’s check it out.
We shall start off with the VPN Status tab. Here you can either switch the VPN on or off. Also, you can view the map displaying both your real and virtual IP addresses and locations via your Linux computer.
You can view your VPN connection status, real and virtual IP addresses at the top of the application window all the time.
The next tab is Servers. It contains the list of all the servers available for your Linux device and displays the workload of each server and its torrent-friendliness. You can either scroll down or type in the Search field to find the desired server.
Create a list of preferred servers by marking them with stars. Find them at the Favorites tab for a quick access.
To the right of the Search field you can see button which launches Ping Test. The test evaluates the distance between your location and our VPN servers. Its results help you make a more informed decision on which VPN server to choose.
The Servers tab is followed by the Settings tab. Here you can manage several options, such as:
Redeem a code: Enter a code to get bonuses.
Change account password: Just type the new password, confirm it and click Save.
Network Settings: Manually choose a protocol to connect to our VPN servers on Linux. Click Information to view full details on the available protocols.
Run on startup: Keep it ON in order to launch KeepSolid VPN Unlimited at the system startup.
VPN debug information: When enabled, it records your connection logs, so that we can solve your issue faster. Just enable this option, connect to any VPN server, click Support (on Information tab), and your logs will be sent to our technical support team.
Note: This option works with the OpenVPN and KeepSolid Wise protocols only.
Password protection: Get an additional layer of security for your identity using a password to sign in to the KeepSolid VPN Unlimited app.
Also, on this tab you can logout from your account.
The next tab is Information. The heading of this tab speaks for itself. Besides the links to our knowledge base, there is a number of socializing features as well. Let’s consider them in depth:
Tell Friends: Type your friends’ email addresses and send them links to download KeepSolid VPN Unlimited for any available platform.
Leave a feedback: Tell us what you think about the app! We greatly appreciate your comments and suggestions!
Follow us on Facebook: Stay tuned with our latest news and exciting initiatives.
Follow us on Twitter: Stay tuned with our Twitter page.
Go to my office: This tab opens your account page on our website. Here you can manage your subscription, purchase extensions (such as Personal Server or Personal IP), and edit your profile.
Visit product website: Opens the KeepSolid VPN Unlimited website. Here you can find all the information you may need concerning KeepSolid VPN Unlimited.
Check for update: View a pop-up message where you will be suggested to download the most recent version of KeepSolid VPN Unlimited.
About VPN Unlimited: This pop-up message contains information about the app version, the link for the app website, and the full list of our team members.
Support: Need help or have suggestions? Complete a support ticket and we will respond as soon as possible.
FAQ: Here you can view the answers for the most frequently asked questions.
Quick Tour: Here you can find brief information about the VPN service, KeepSolid VPN Unlimited in particular.
The Information tab is followed by the Purchases tab. Here you can view the remaining period of your subscription, as well as the list of available options for purchase:
Personal VPN servers
Personal IP addresses
Additional slots for your devices
Switch between these tabs at the top of the screen to easily get the desired extension. You can find out about our additional offers to boost your VPN protection here.
If you wish to check out on our latest deals and discounts, welcome to the Notifications tab.
We hope that our manual about how to use VPN on Linux is helpful for you. Have any questions, comments, or suggestions regarding our service? Please contact our customer support team at [email protected].