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Manual L2TP Setup for Belkin Router

Updated on: 2017-11-01 13:54:43 UTC

Introduction

Our VPN for routers immediately protects your internet privacy and security while giving you full internet freedom and instant access to content streaming

Connect every device in your entire home or office with a Plug & Play SaferVPN Router.

Before setup, make sure you have:

  • A working Internet Connection
  • Belkin Router that supports L2TP
  • An active SaferVPN subscription

In order to setup L2TP connection on your Belkin router, follow our step by step guide detailed below:

Login to your Router Administrator Console

  1. Connect to the internet and launch the web browser on your computer.
  2. You need to know your router’s local IP address to access the administrator login page.
  3. In most cases, the local IP address is 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1; however, we do have a comprehensive list handy. You can find it here.
  4. On the login page, you are prompted to enter the Router’s username and password.

Configure the L2TP Connection

  1. Open the Internet WAN page, and select L2TP for the Connection Type
  2. Enter SaferVPN username in the L2TP Account field
  3. In the Password and Retype Password fields you need to enter your SaferVPN Password
  4. Leave Host Name empty
  5. In the Pre-Shared key filed enter SaferVPN2013
  6. Into the L2TP Server IP Address field enter the IP address of the server you want to connect to, click here for the list of servers
  7. IP Assigned by ISP should be set to Yes
  8. Leave the option Disconnect after unchecked
  9. If there is Click here to enter your DNS Settings option, please click on it and enter our DNS servers: 162.242.211.137 and 78.46.223.24
  10. Use Apply Changes option to connect to VPN

Please note that you may need to disable your router firewall if it is enabled.

Need help installing our VPN on another device? Check out our: VPN for WindowsVPN for MACVPN for iOSVPN for AndroidVPN Router, and our VPN Chrome Extension.

 

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