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Build your own Raspberry Pi VPN server

Build your own Raspberry Pi VPN server


In this tutorial, I will go through the steps on how to setup a Raspberry Pi VPN server using OpenVPN software.

I will also set up several things that you should do to make sure your connection is as secure as possible by setting up encryption keys.

This project can be a bit of a lengthy process, but it’s a relatively simple tutorial to follow, and it shouldn’t require any additional interaction once it’s configured.

Using a Raspberry Pi is a cheap way to set up a virtual private network (VPN) that can stay online 24/7 without consuming a lot of power.

It’s small and powerful enough to handle a few connections at once which makes it great for private use at home.

A VPN is an incredibly useful network tool that can allow you to access your encrypted and secure internet traffic even when using public Wi-Fi.

As an added bonus, you can also use it to allow yourself to connect to your computer and access your home network. It allows your other devices outside your local network to act as if they were on the VPN server’s local network.

For example, if you have a storage server attached to the network and you want to access it while you are away, a VPN server will be very useful in achieving a secure way to access it.