L2TP/IPsec connection for Windows

1. You can connect to the exit proxy node using one of the VPN protocols. For example, select “LT2P/IPsec” protocol from the dropdown list.

2. You can filter the exit proxy node by its location and then press “Change IP”, as well as select one of the proxies by the node name and then press “Use”.

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L2TP/IPsec connection for Windows

3. Copy Server / Gateway, Username, and Password data from the panel and paste it into the new VPN connection form on your PC. You can find it by accessing Settings → Network settings → VPN → Add a VPN connection.

4. VPN provider: Windows, Connection name: L2TP Test, Server name or address: vpn.dslrentals.com, VPN type: L2TP/IPsec, Pre-Shared key: key from panel, Type of sign-in info: User name and password, User name: User name from panel, Password: password from panel, Remember my sign-in info → Save.

5. Registry Modification:
open the Registry Editor, navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\PolicyAgent, and then add or modify a DWORD value named AssumeUDPEncapsulationContextOnSendRule with a value of 2.

6. Restart PC, select created VPN connection and press Connect.


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