Open the command prompt and enter the command purevpn –location OR purevpn –lYou will be able to see the full list of countries and their respective country codes.
Connect to any country using the command purevpn –connect “Germany” OR purevpn -c “Germany”. Then, replace Germany with your desired country name.
Now check your connection by using this command purevpn –status OR purevpn -s
Featuring an easy-to-use command line interface, using PureVPN for Linux is as simple as it gets.
The multi-login capability lets you use PureVPN on not only 1 but 5 different devices.
With our VPN servers in more than 180 different locations, you can access content from any region without any limitations.
256-bit encryption and 300,000+ IPs give you complete peace of mind on the Internet.
Don’t let ISPs ruin your browsing and streaming. Slay ISP throttling with our Linux VPN.
Watch Netflix, BBC iPlayer and other streaming services using our fastest streaming servers.
If you're facing issues in configuring PureVPN on your Linux-supported devices, fret not and follow the steps mentioned below. But first, you must have:
•A functioning internet connection
•Linux installed on your favorite device
•A PureVPN Premium Account
Command line configuration with (PPTP)
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