Sometimes, especially with all of the sales, you can gather quite a few extra VPS servers. Especially small ones that aren’t very good for large scale projects. This is why I decided to turn one of my low end VPS servers (that’s redundant, isn’t it…) into an openVPN server that I can use to securely access the Internet. This is especially helpful for on my Android phone when connecting to wireless hot spots. You never know who is looking at your traffic.
So let’s get started!
First off, I would recommend preforming a clean install of Debian 6 to your VPS through the providers web control panel. It’s not required but just in case there are some left over packages from your previous projects, it should clean up them up.
Now we are ready to grab the packages we need!
chmod +x openvpn.sh
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