UTunnel VPN is a powerful, cloud-based VPN server software solution that lets you seamlessly set up and manage your own VPN network. With UTunnel, you don’t need to possess Linux knowledge to deploy your VPN server. Anyone can follow the simple instructions to set up the VPN server and the rest can be managed using UTunnel’s web-based GUI.
This VPN server solution is cost-efficient, scalable, and well-suited for business and personal use. UTunnel VPN enables businesses to easily set up secure remote access to their business network resources for their employees. It also fits the bill for anyone who wants to keep their data private using their own VPN, rather than using public VPN servers.
UTunnel VPN supports multiple VPN protocols. Its easy-to-use dashboard lets you manage the server settings, users and access to your VPN network. The solution comes with a host of features including site-to-site connectivity, secure 256-bit encryption, single sign-on integration, 2-factor authentication, and an inbuilt firewall. UTunnel provides VPN client apps for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS, so that you can connect seamlessly to your VPN server from all the devices you own.
UTunnel VPN comes with the following features:
UTunnel VPN offers flexible and affordable pricing plans that could easily fit into any budget. The subscription cost is based on the number of users on a VPN server and the chosen plan. Each user license allows up to 5 simultaneous VPN connections. Checkout the UTunnel VPN Pricing page for more details on the pricing plans offered.
① Deploy an instance in Vultr using the UTunnel VPN one-click app from the Vultr marketplace. Once the deployment is complete, note down its IP address.
② Now, signup with UTunnel and create a server with your newly created Vultr instance's public IP address. Select the On-Premise option when you create the server and it comes with a 14-day free trial period. In the end, you will be provided with a server registration token.
③ Log in to your Vultr instance via SSH and run the following commands, after replacing the REG_TOKEN with the server registration token obtained in step 2.
sudo /utunnel/bin/utnservice register REG_TOKEN sudo /utunnel/bin/utnservice start
④ Make sure that inbound connections to the following ports are allowed to accept VPN connections. Update your firewall rules accordingly.
TCP 443, UDP 443, UDP 53 (Ports used for OpenVPN connections) UDP 4500, UDP 500 (Ports used for IPSEC connections)
Your UTunnel VPN server would be ready to accept VPN connections now. Invite users into your server and start using the VPN. If you require any further assistance, you can read our setup guide or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to help!