This manual will help you to install GOOSE VPN on your Netgear Router.
2. Get your token
Open the following webpage in your browser: https://portal.goosevpn.com/download.php.
Click on Router
At the right side you will find your token. We advice you to copy this. You will need it later.
3. Choose your server
Search for the name of the VPN server you want to use. Go to https://portal.goosevpn.com/servers.php for a complete list of the available servers.
4. Log in to your router
Go to http://www.routerlogin.net with a device that is connected with the network of your router.
A login screen pops up. Enter the username and password of your router. When you didn't change the login credentials of your router, the username is often "admin". The password is often "password".
NOTE: it is the best if you have downloaded the most recent firmware version from the website of Netgear: https://www.netgear.com/support/download/. Search for the model of your router and check if you have the newest version installed. To update, download the most recent file from the website of Netgear. Click on Browse in the admin panel of your router and search for the file you have just downloaded. Click Upload.
5. Setup the VPN
Click on Internet in the Basic tab on the left side of the screen.
Select Yes in the part "Does your Internet connection require a login".
Select L2TP as method at "Internet Service Provider".
Log in with the credentials of your GOOSE VPN account. For Login use the email address you have used to register at GOOSE VPN. Enter the token you copied in step 2 as password.
Select Always on in the "Connection Mode" drop-down list.
At Server address, enter the address of the server you chose in step 3.
In the "Internet IP Address" section, select one of the following options:
- Get Dynamically from ISP: Your ISP uses DHCP to assign your IP address. Your ISP automatically assigns these addresses.
- Use Static IP Address: Enter the IP address, IP subnet mask, and the gateway IP address that your ISP assigned. The gateway is the ISP router to which your router connects.
At Domain Name Server (DNS) Address select the following option:
Get Automatically from ISP: Your ISP uses DHCP to assign your IP address. Your ISP automatically assigns these addresses.
Click on the Test button to test your VPN connection.
6. Do the free online privacy check
To see if the VPN connection is set up correctly, you can use our free online privacy check. The website will immediately let you know if your connection is secured or not.
Does the website indicate that you are safe online?
Congratulations! You are now secure only with GOOSE VPN on your Netgear router with the L2TP mode.
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