HostJane runs OpenVPN on Ubuntu, one of the most secure linux distributions. OpenVPN on HostJane Cloud only allows two (2) devices to connect free at any 1 time.
If you need to connect more devices, then you need to buy a license from OpenVPN.
- 1. Get server IP and root password
- 3. Ignore the browser warning
- 3. Access the OpenVPN installer
- 4. OpenVPN Connect
- 5. Using your OpenVPN server
After successful payment is approved, your server will be set up within 2 minutes.
Bookmark login: https://console.hostjane.com/client/login
In your Dashboard under Services, find your OpenVPN server.
|Package||Label||Term||Date Created||Date Renews||Options|
|OpenVPN||host.domain.com||1 month @ $0.00||Jan 1||Feb 1||Manage|
We offer 24×7×365 support
If you cannot see your OpenVPN service, open a support case.
This is the button in the last column under Services.
Here is the next screen that will display:
|Creation Date||Next Invoice|
|Jan 1||Feb 1|
|Billing Cycle||Recurring Amount|
Below is a sample screenshot of the Server Information.
|OpenVPN Server Details|
|Complete your OpenVPN installation by visiting this URL:|
In this example, the server link is: https://123.456.789.1
In this example case the IP is: 123.456.789.1
Your Server Link https://[Your_Server’s_IP]/
For security, HostJane does not send this to you by email.
You must login to your hosting account to review these credentials.
Open a fresh browser window and paste the link
The warning can be safely ignored.
It will look slightly different depending on which browse you’re using. In Chrome it may appear like this:
In Mozilla Firefox, it may look like this:
Click the Advanced or Add Exception link to accept the warning and proceed to the unsafe page.
A security dialog box will open.
Enter the username and password credentials into the box, as found in Statistics.
Click Sign in or Enter.
HostJane cannot configure an SSL certificate (HTTPS://) for an IP address on its own. We need to wait until your domain is pointing to the server, and then assign your FREE SSL certificate to your domain.
Until your domain’s A-record is setup, whenever you access your server by HTTPS://, a warning appears in your browser.
Your server comes with a self-signed SSL certificate.
If you access the server link using HTTP://, you will not see the warning.
Once your domain’s A-record is successfully pointing to your server, HostJane can install your FREE SSL certificate to remove the warning.
Request your FREE SSL certificate
- Open a support ticket after your domain is pointed correctly to your server.
- You can check when propagation is successful by doing a DNS lookup of your domain’s A-record.
- Please note that we can only install an SSL certificate on a top-level domain (TLD)
For example: https://www.yourdomain.TLD, where the TLD could be .com, .net, .org, .ca, or any TLD available.
HostJane and our servers work with all domain registrars worldwide.
After passing the security dialog, you will see the OpenVPN login page.
Enter the username and password given in Statistics
You can now download the OpenVPN client for your system, to connect to OpenVPN.
To proceed with OpenVPN configuration, click Admin
Enter the username and password given in Statistics.
You can now configure your OpenVPN server.
Download and open the .dmg installer.
Follow the on-screen instructions to install.
The OpenVPN icon will appear near the system clock.
You can connect to your server through this menu.
Download and open the .MSI installer.
Continue at the prompt.
After installation, the OpenVPN icon should appear in the tray next to the clock on your Windows taskbar.
Right click on the icon. In the pop-up menu click
You can now select your OpenVPN server to connect.
When you connect to your OpenVPN server, all traffic from your computer will be routed through the server.
Your computer will be assigned a new IP address.