There are a number of factors that may be responsible for why a VPN connection could not be established. This topic covers various troubleshooting steps to help resolve connectivity issues.
After each step, check if the issue still remains.
Here is what you should try at first:
- Restart the networking service
sudo service network-manager restart
RHEL and CentOS
systemctl restart NetworkManager
- Try connecting with WireGuard® protocol
sudo cyberghostvpn --traffic --country-code US --wireguard --connect
sudo cyberghostvpn --streaming 'Netflix US' --country-code US --wireguard --connect
sudo cyberghostvpn --torrent --country-code US --wireguard --connect
Try different server locations.
Due to a series of factors, one location may offer a more stable connection than others.
Reinstall the application:
Type the following command to remove the app:
sudo cyberghostvpn --uninstall
Reinstall the app following our tutorial here
Remove potential safety Security or Parental controls from your router.
Certain ISPs usually equip their routers with parental/security controls enabled by default. Log in to your router, look for the "Security" tab and see if any security features or parental controls are turned on.
Disable IPv6 support. Please find below our how-to guides:
Reboot your router/modem.
1. Unplug power cables from modem and router*
2. Wait 30 seconds, plug modem in
3. Wait 30 seconds, plug router in
4. Wait 30 seconds, the network is now refreshed.
*If you have a router/modem combo, just unplug that device.
- Use the manual connection method:
If the issue remains, try connecting using the manual connection method.
For any additional information or concerns - it is best to approach the Support Department:
via e-mail: email@example.com
via on-line request: https://support.cyberghostvpn.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
via 24/7 Live! Chat Sessions on our website