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Old 11-28-2017, 04:23 AM   #1
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How to connect to a commercial VPN service

I would like to use a commercial VPN service (Golden Frog) also for my SUSE 42.2 system

I tried:
YaST Control Center / VPN Gateway and Clients

Select "Client"
pre-shared key or certificat? Could try both alternatives!
VPN gateway IP, it is ""
Edit Credentials? Here I am asked for the "Certificate" alternative "key pair". Am I on completely wrong track? Previously with the VPN
function of MS Windows all I specified was
server - ""
user name - actually my email address
password - a password registered for me by "goldenfrog"

Does there possibly exist a tutorial how such a VPN connection to an existing commercial VPN service should be done?
Old 11-28-2017, 02:26 PM   #2
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Following site could help you, SuSe 42.3


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