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Stealth VPN on Linux (OpenVPN & obfsproxy)

Download and extract OpenVPN profiles | Stealth VPN on Linux (OpenVPN & obfsproxy)

Download OpenVPN profiles

First download the OpenVPN profiles for use with obfsproxy and extract it. We will create a new directory for this.

mkdir stealthvpn_obfsproxy

cd stealthvpn_obfsproxy

wget --content-disposition "https://www.perfect-privacy.com/downloads/openvpn/get?system=linux&protocol=stealth_obfs"

unzip -j linux_op24_stealth_obfs_v4_AES256GCM_AU_in_se.zip

If you have special requirements, you can download OpenVPN configurations with advanced options in the download area.

obfsproxy is running | Stealth VPN on Linux (OpenVPN & obfsproxy)

Start obfsproxy

The OpenVPN profile expects the obfsproxy on port 10000, so start obfsproxy as follows:

obfsproxy obfs3 socks 127.0.0.1:10000

OpenVPN is running | Stealth VPN on Linux (OpenVPN & obfsproxy)

Start OpenVPN

Now you can start OpenVPN in a new terminal:

sudo openvpn VPN_PROFILE

Instead of VPN_PROFILE, use a configuration file of your choice (file extension .conf). In the example we use Basel1.conf.

Our tip: Choose a location that is geographically as close as possible to achieve the best speed.

Test result of CheckIP CSV formatted: Connected to Basel1 | Stealth VPN on Linux (OpenVPN & obfsproxy)

Test the VPN connection

Now test whether your VPN connection is working correctly. Download the CheckIP data e.g. CSV formatted.

For IPv4:

wget -q -O - https://checkip.perfect-privacy.com/csv

And for IPv6:

wget -q -O - https://v6-checkip.perfect-privacy.com/csv

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