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VPN client for Ubuntu 16.04 - The Meraki Community 2. Install VPN Software. sudo apt-get install strongswan xl2tpd net-tools sudo apt-get install network-manager-l2tp network-manager-l2tp-gnome sudo apt-get install network-manager-strongswan sudo reboot. 3. After reboot, Turn off the L2TP Server, we only want the client. sudo service xl2tpd stop sudo systemctl disable xl2tpd . 4. Setup the VPN Manual PPTP Setup for Linux (Ubuntu) – SaferVPN Go to the System menu in the taskbar, expand the Administration menu and click on Synaptic Package Manager; In the search box, enter PPTP and press enter Click the box next to network-manager-pptp and select Mark for installation. In case the network-manager-pptp option is marked, exit the Synaptic Package Manager and proceed to the VPN setup instructions

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