Your CyberGhost subscription can be used smoothly with different devices, if it supports one of the native protocols OpenVPN, IPSec, PPTP, or L2TP/IPSec.
However, it strongly depends on the respective firmware and/or your device, if and, if yes, which of the named protocols are supported and if a connection can be established properly.
- You need a CyberGhost account and a CyberGhost subscription
- You need an IPv4 Internet connection (IPv6 might not be supported by your native protocoll client)
And that's how you do it:
- Create a CyberGhost account: Since account creation is usually done from inside the client and since Chrome OS users have no client installed, CyberGhost provides you with the possibility to create an account on our homepage. Here is an instruction on how to manually create a user account.
- Purchase a subscription: You can order a subscription from right inside your account management; the activation will be done automatically for you. Here you learn, how to do it.
- Optional: Activate a prepaid key: In case you already have an activation key (maybe from a Bitcoin or offline sale), please refer to this article on how to activate a key manually.
- For the following devices you might find these instructions helpful:
- Router: How to configure OpenVPN for DD-WRT (Router)
- Router: How to configure OpenVPN for TomatoUSB (Router)
- Router: How to configure OpenVPN for TomatoUSB Merlin Built (Router)
- Raspberry Pi: How to configure a Raspberry Pi as a web proxy with OpenVPN
- Raspberry Pi: How to configure OpenVPN for Raspberry Pi
- NAS: How to configure PPTP for Synology NAS
- Sat-Receiver: How to configure OpenVPN for VU+ Solo2
- Chromebooks: How to configure L2TP/IPSec for Chrome OS
- Deactivate IPv6, if necessary.
No chance to get a VPN protocol into your device? Then read here a different approach to anonymize your communication: Which possibilities do I have on devices without direct VPN support?