Configuring the VPN for Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
1. Open System Preferences … and select Network
2. Click on the plus sign ( “+” ) in the bottom left corner.
3. In the pull-down menus that appear, make the selections shown below (enter service name VPN01) and then push the Create button.
4. Enter the server address and your sign-on. You can leave the password box empty.
OUR VPN SERVER LIST
SELECT A UK SERVER FOR UK TV APPS & SERVICES, A US SERVER FOR US
TV APPS AND SERVICES AND THE P2P SERVER FOR DOWNLOADING TORRENTS
uk1.vpn01.net (London, GBR)
uk2.vpn01.net (London, GBR)
uk3.vpn01.net (London, GBR)
uk4.vpn01.net (Hampshire, GBR)
uk5.vpn01.net (Hampshire, GBR)
uk6.vpn01.net (Hampshire, GBR)
us1.vpn01.net (NYC, USA)
us2.vpn01.net (NYC, USA)
us3.vpn01.net (Los Angeles, USA)
us4.vpn01.net (Denver, USA)
us5.vpn01.net (Dallas, USA)
us6.vpn01.net (Chicago, USA)
ca1.vpn01.net (Toronto, Canada)
se1.vpn01.net (Stockholm, Sweden)
nl1.vpn01.net (Amsterdam, Holland)
sk1.vpn01.net (Bratislava, Slovakia)
il1.vpn01.net (Tel-Aviv, Israel)
p2p.vpn01.net (Torrent Server)
ONLY DOWNLOAD TORRENTS WHEN CONNECTED TO OUR P2P SERVER
5. Click on the Authentication Settings… button (see above figure) and enter the following information:
Shared Secret: (see below)
Group Name: VPN01
6. After you click on the OK button you should see something like the window below. To complete the process now click on the Apply button.
7. To connect, click on the VPN icon in the menu bar at the top right corner and select Connect RPI VPN.
Sending All Traffic Over VPN
By default, your Mac will only pass necessary traffic via VPN, such as accessing a file server or other machines or sites that are on the same network as the VPN server. This is because most VPN connections can be quite slow, so your Mac doesn’t want to slow your Internet experience down needlessly. However, we can override this.
8. Enter your password and select OK