How to Set Up a VPN on an iPhone (3 Simple Methods Explained)

– There are three primary rooms that you can set up a VPN on your iPhone. Manually, through an app, and through a browser. Now in this video, I’m not only gonna walkyou through how to make love, but I’m gonna give you thepros and cons of each approaching. Welcome to “All ThingsSecured”, my reputation is Josh. Now, the direction that you setup a VPN on your iPhone is often dictated on howyou’re gonna be using it. If this is your company that’sgiving you VPN information you’re gonna have to do it manually. Whereas if you’re just somebody that wants to bypasscensorship or get more privacy you might want to do itthrough an app or a browser. So, if you just wanted to hop aheadto the specific configuration that you want to use, you can do so squandering thetime markers you see here. All title, let’s startwith manual configuration.If you’ve been given all theinformation for a VPN setup what you’re gonna want to do is you want to navigate on your telephone, into the sets app. And on the left side, you’re gonna find the VPN. Now, on the bottom there’sgonna be a button that says, supplement VPN configuration. And this is where you’regonna take all the information that you were given from youremployer or for whoever it is that’s owning and operating this VPN server to give you and input that knowledge. That includes the server, the remote ID, and yourusername and password. All of this nonsense has tobe put in and filled in, and formerly you have it, you’re gonna click done and it’s gonna show upas a VPN configuration in this VPN tab. If it’s the only VPNconfiguration you have you’re gonna have the optionto simply turn that on and off easily from your designates page.If you have multiple of them, you’re gonna have to go into the VPN tab and espouse the one that you want. But either way it compiles it very simple once you’ve actually setup that VPN configuration. And if you’re having problemsconnecting more than likely that has to do with the logininformation that you were given by your supervisor, you’re gonna want totroubleshoot that with them. The advantage with the manualsetup is that you can have remote access to yourcorporate headquarters without undoubtedly havingto be in the office. That said, it’s not theeasiest thing to set up and it requires thatyou get that report from your IT superintendent, or IT manager.The second approach of settingup a VPN on your iPhone is to do so expending a VPN app. Now there are literallyhundreds of VPN apps to choose from on the app store, but I recommend you choose carefully because retain you are directing all of your internet trafficthrough that VPN company when you’re using their servers. Now I have a number ofdifferent subscriptions to IPVanish, Surfshark, ExpressVPN, but for the purpose of this video I’m gonna show you NordVPN. Now, if you go into your app supermarket, you can look and findNordVPN and download the app. You can agree through the app place, but I recommend you do so onyour computer because it time gives you a few more alternatives. It’s a little better to get a refund if you do it through your computer as opposed to your telephone. Andif you just wanted to get that join, I have an affiliate link inthe description that helps support this channel, but it also gives you a direct access to the NordVPN’s best dealswhen dealing with their service.And once you download the NordVPN app, and you have your login from having signed up on your computer, you can log into your VPN appand then you’ll determine a delineate as well as a roster of allthe different servers that you can connect to. When you first connect to NordVPN, it’s gonna ask, do you want this app, this NordVPN to set upa VPN configuration, and you want to click Allow. And what that’s gonna do isinstead of manually going in and setting up that VPN configuration like we just did in step one, it’s gonna do it automatically so that you don’t even haveto go into your specifies app.And that’s the advantage ofusing something like this is it’s much easier forsomebody who’s not as tech savvy or somebody who doesn’t want to go through and manually do the setup. The app does all the setup for you, and all you have to doto connect to that VPN is choose the server that you want to connect to, click on it, and it will automatically connect. Once you see that VPN icon in the upper right of your iPhone you know that you’re connected. You know, that your internetconnection is encrypted, and now you can bypass any censorship, bypass any geo rules, and generally browsethe web a little safer. The third technique for settingup a VPN on your iPhone is through a browser. And there are a numberof browsers that do this. The one that I recommend issomething called Tor Browser.It comes with a VPN. Now, it’s not free. Youstill have to pay for it just like the method number two, but it’s not that expensive. And what it allows you to do, is any time that you’reon the Tor Browser, you can connect to a VPNserver in one of many different countries that they have available, and they will not onlyanonymize your joining, give you an anonymous IP address, but will likewise encrypt that connection just like the NordVPN app did earlier. Now, the advantage here isthat it’s all exactly one app. You don’t have to worry abouta separate app and it can all be done through the Tor Browser. The hardship here is thatbecause it is set up through the Tor Browser, it’s not something that’s easier to use for any app that you want on your telephone. Now, it still encrypts all the data that comes from any otherapp that you might use, but it is specificallymeant for your Tor Browser. And when you open that Tor Browser, it’ll give you the optionto is attached to that VPN.This is also a very easy setup for you. It’s not something thatrequires manually going in and inputting anythinginto your prepares app, but it also requires alittle bit of remittance as well for that availability. Those are the three methods of setting up a VPN on your iPhone. It’s not that hard. I too have already gone intodetails of how you can do this on your computer if youwanna watch that video. If this video was useful foryou, sacrifice it a thumbs up. If you have any questions leave them in the description below.Thanks so much for watching and expressed support for “All Things Secured” ..

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