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.ovpnon iDevice via the Files app
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How to transfer the
.ovpn file from a computer to an iDevice (e.g., iPhone or iPad)?
|It is not recommend to use email to load the
|OpenVPN must be enabled - Current OpenVPN server status: RUNNING|
myPhone.ovpn12, to this folder
ovpn12 files are now loaded into the iCloud Drive and should be available on the iDevice. The next step is to load the
ovpn12 into OpenVPN Connect.
|1) On the iDevice, locate and launch Files 2|
|2) Open the recently created directory named
|3) Click the Share / Export icon|
|4) Click Copy to OpenVPN|
|5) The OpenVPN Connect app will auto-launch. Click ADD|
|6) Enter the password and click OK. This password is the PKCS12 File Password from OpenVPN webpage.|
|7) This page indicates the file was imported (there seems to be no other indicator)|
|8) Now for the second file. Locate and launch Files. Open the same directory created above -
|9) Click ADD|
|10) Click the Certificate down arrow and pick the
|11) Click Allow|
|12) Approve the Add VPN Configuration with Touch ID, Face ID or the iPhone Passcode|
|13) When ready to connect, click on the slider switch|
|14) After properly connected you'll see this screen. When ready to disconnect, click on the slider switch|
|Done - You are good to go!|