How to Create On-Premise VPN server

** Please contact support if you need technical assistance to setup On-Premise Server. **

 

The below guide will walk you through the steps involved in creating a UTunnel On-Premise server.

1. Login to our dashboard and click on either Create a Server now option or select Create Server button to create a new server.

 

2. You will land on the Create Server screen. Here you can provide your billing address details. This step is optional. You can either provide the details and click on the Proceed button or select the Skip button to do it later from My Account tab on your dashboard.

 

3. The next step is to select On-Premise option and enter theserver details as given below:

  • Package: You can select from Basic or Standard subscription options
  • Server Type: Select On-Premise
  • Server Name: An easily identifiable name of your choice
  • IP address: Enter your server IP address
  • VPN accounts: Select the number of VPN users you want to allow access to this server
  • Coupon: Enter if you have any coupon available

Click on the Create Server button toward the right bottom of the screen.

4.  Now enter your credit card details as required on the screen and click on Pay Now option.

 

5. You will be redirected to the Server Details screen where the registration token is displayed. Please copy the registration token to safe place, this token is required when you deploy the server.

 

6. Now it's the time to connect to your server via SSH. You will need sudo access to complete below steps. After the successful login, execute below commands.

sudo mkdir /utunnel

cd /utunnel && sudo wget https://files.utunnel.io/production/deploy/install_bundle.tar

sudo tar -xf install_bundle.tar

In next command, you need to replace YOUR_REGISTRATION_TOKEN with the registration token you copied from Server Details page (Step #8).

sudo /utunnel/bin/utnservice register YOUR_REGISTRATION_TOKEN

Now it's the time to start UTunnel Service on your server. Run following command for the same.

sudo /utunnel/bin/utnservice start

7. Make sure that inbound connections to the following ports are allowed to accept VPN connections.

Ports used for OpenVPN connections

  • TCP 443
  • UDP 443
  • UDP 53 (if scramble VPN is enabled)

Ports used for IPSEC connections

  • UDP 4500
  • UDP 500

Now your server would be ready to accept VPN connection. Invite users into your server and start using VPN.

** Please contact support if you need technical assistance to setup On-Premise Server. **