Setup with OpenVPN

How to Setup iProVPN on Chromebook with OpenVPN

ChromeOS has a native network manager that allows you to set up a VPN manually. You can also use the iProVPN app. Follow this tutorial to set up iProVPN on Chromebook with OpenVPN.

Setup iProVPN on Chromebook – Method 1

This method works on Chromebooks that have Play Store support. It will allow you to run Android apps on ChromeOS. Check out the list of supported devices here.

  • Launch Play Store. Search for iProVPN, click on Install.
  • Open iProVPN and connect to any server to start surfing privately.

Setup iProVPN on Chromebook – Method 2

If your Chromebook does not support Android apps, use this method to manually install iProVPN.

  • Launch Terminal by pressing CTRL + ALT + T.
  • Type “shell” (do not include quotations) and press Enter.
  • Type “sudo su” and press Enter. You will now gain administrator priviledges. Enter a root password. Do not forget this root password for future use.
  • Download iProVPN’s .ovpn files from here.
  • Navigate to the extracted folder by typing cd~/Downloads or wherever you saved the folder.
  • Now type unzip iProVPN_ovpn. You will now have two folders named TCP and UDP.
  • Type cd TCP_Files or cd UDP_Files based on what files you want to use. Hit Enter.
  • Next, install your preferred VPN server by typing sudo openvpn [server address] and press Enter.
  • Enter your iProVPN username and password.

Once the text shows Initialization Sequence Completed, the VPN is now functional.

Don’t have an Account Yet?

Sign up with iProVPN to get the ultimate online experience.

Get iProVPN Now 30-day money-back guarantee