What is OpenVPN?

As the name suggests, it is an Open Source technology
that allows you to run secure VPN connections


OpenVpn uses UDP TCP ports for transmission

256-bit AES encryption

OpenVPN also offers users 256-bit AES encryption


Due to its open source nature, any security vulnerability is typically patched by the Open Source community.


OpenVpn can bypass any firewall and access a number of ports for communication

How to use OpenVPN?

Here's what you need to know about using the OpenVPN protocol

1- Retrieve the configuration files
2- Install the OpenVPN client
3- Import VPN data
4- Establish the connection
5- Adjustment of basic parameters
6- Adjusting advanced parameters

The advantages of OpenVPN

Here is a list of the main advantages

Bypass firewalls

It can be run on any port between 1 and 65535. This multi-port feature makes OpenVPN ideal for bypassing firewalls.

Complete anonymity

It can work over UDP or TCP tunnels, so your internet traffic cannot be detected through DPI (Deep Packet Inspection)

Broadband Speed

Support for TCP tunnel transport over the OpenVPN protocol used by VPN.opne allows users to benefit from it

High level of security

OpenVpn uses shared keys, HMAC authentication and 256-bit encryption via OpenSSL, to secure all your communications

Perfect Forward Secrecy (PFS)

OpenVPN's PFS feature adds an extra layer of security to your OpenVPN connection with full privacy and data integrity


Since OpenVPN can use both TCP and UDP, it gives you more control over your connections.


OpenVPN works on a large number of platforms. Some examples include Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, Linux, Routers, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, and Solaris. OpenVPN supports PFS.

More Portable

As it is implemented in user space and only requires the TUN / TAP virtual network driver, OpenVPN is more portable and secure than other protocols

OpenVpn is easy to use

With its various features

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Frequently Asked Questions

ou have questions ? Find the answers here!

What is a VPN?

VPN stands for Virtual Private Network, a secure tunnel between two or more devices. Connecting to a VPN gives you an encrypted connection to the Internet. This allows you to browse privately, stay safe, and access the online content you want, wherever you are.

What to do with a VPN?

A VPN is a versatile digital survival tool. You can use your VPN to: Hide your real IP address and browse the web with better protection of your privacy Protect your confidential information (such as online banking credentials or social media passwords) with VPN encryption Unblock and access your favorite websites and social networks Stream and download anything you want securely, anonymously and without limits

Is it safe to use OpenVPN?

Yes, in fact, OpenVPN is one of the most secure VPN protocols you can use today.

How fast is OpenVPN?

Speed ​​isn't really OpenVPN's main strength, but you tend to get decent connection speeds if you have enough bandwidth. The reason your speeds tend to drop quite often with OpenVPN is mainly due to its strong encryption.

What systems are supported?

Vpn.one can be used under: Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android

Are my activity and connection data kept?

VPN.one does not keep any activity logs or connection logs for our users.