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FlyVPN Windows tutorial

1. Open FlyVPN, register with your email and log in to FlyVPN

2. Select a server in the server list on the homepage and click Connect

3. If you have connected to a server, and you need change to another server, you can disconnect the currently connected server first, then enter the server list to select a server to connect.

4. The server list is divided into "Recently", "Favorites" and "All". Click "All", you can filter servers by region. Click the star icon on the front of the server to favorite the server. Click it again to cancel the Favorite. The favorite server is saved in "Favorites".

5. You can set the network protocol on the homepage, network protocols include: Auto, TCP, UDP, Global proxy and Manual proxy. It is recommended to set the Auto protocol (default). After resetting the protocol, it will work after you successfully connect to the server next time.

6. Open the "Route" function, you can set the VPN access mode, the default is full routing mode.

7. Click on the avatar to see My account, Expiration date, Concurrent connections and other features.

8. Settings include: Reconnection, Protocol, Network Lock, and other functions. You need to disconnect the VPN to change the settings.

FlyVPN Linux tutorial

Download the Linux software corresponding to the system on the official website of FlyVPN https://www.flyvpn.com/download?Platform=linux

1. Download the FlyVPN software corresponding to the system

4.0.5.0 download link example:

32-bit system download link Click to download

64-bit system download link Click to download

arm system download link Click to download

root@test:~# wget https://www.flyvpn.com/files/downloads/linux/flyvpn-x86_64-4.0.5.0.tar.gz

Unzip the FlyVPN software package flyvpn-x86_64-4.0.5.0.tar.gz and unzip it to get a FlyVPN executable file

root@test:~# tar zvxf flyvpn-x86_64-4.0.5.0.tar.gz

2. How to use

You can use root@test:~# ./flyvpn -h to view the help

a. Create a configuration file flyvpn.conf in the /etc directory, enter the FlyVPN Account and password parameters

vi /etc/flyvpn.conf
user YOUR_USERNAME
pass YOUR_PASSWORD

b. Run the ./flyvpn login command to log in

c. Run the ./flyvpn list command to view the servers that can be connected

d. Run: ./flyvpn connect "Hong Kong 05" command to connect to the server

e. Then you need to enter one of the protocol types udp、tcp、lwip、socks5

f. After completing the above configuration, the connection is successful. Use the command: curl ifconfig.me You can see that public IP has become the proxy IP

FlyVPN macOS tutorial

1. Open FlyVPN, register with your email and log in to FlyVPN

2. Select a server in the server list on the homepage and Click "Connect" Click "Connect"

3. If you have connected to a server, and you need change to another server, you can disconnect the currently connected server first, then enter the server list to select a server to connect.

4. The server list is divided into "Recently", "Favorites" and "All". Click "All", you can filter servers by region. Click the star icon on the front of the server to favorite the server. Click it again to cancel the Favorite. The favorite server is saved in "Favorites".

5. You can check the recently used servers under "Recently".

6. You can set the network protocol on the homepage, network protocols include: Auto, TCP, UDP, Global proxy and Manual proxy. It is recommended to set the Auto protocol (default). After resetting the protocol, it will work after you successfully connect to the server next time.

7. Click on the avatar to see My account, Expiration date, Concurrent connections and other features.

8. Settings: Click the lower-left corner of the home page to pop up the setting module. Settings include: Reconnection, Protocol, Network Lock, and other functions. You need to disconnect the VPN to change the settings.

FlyVPN iOS tutorial

1. Open FlyVPN, register with your email and log in to FlyVPN

2. Click the Select Server button on the homepage to enter the server list, select a server, and click Connect. It is recommended to enable the automatic reconnection function.

3. If you have connected to a server, and you need change to another server, you can disconnect the currently connected server first, then enter the server list to select a server to connect.

4. The server list is divided into "Recently", "Favorites" and "All". Click "All", you can filter servers by region. Click the star icon on the front of the server to favorite the server. Click it again to cancel the Favorite. The favorite server is saved in "Favorites".

5. You can set the network protocol on the homepage, network protocols include: Auto, TCP, UDP. It is recommended to set the Auto protocol (default). After resetting the protocol, it will work after you successfully connect to the server next time.

6. Network Lock is FlyVPN's kill switch. The local network will not be restored ( the device has no network after the server is accidentally disconnected) even if the connection between the user's device and our server is interrupted.To restore it, the server should be manually disconnected, thus effectively avoiding the local IP from being leaked.

7. Click "My account" in the upper left of the homepage to enter the profile page. The modules of the profile include: Message Center, Invite Friends, Help&Feedback, Settings, and other functions.

8. Settings include: Reconnection, Protocol, Network Lock, and other functions. You need to reconnect the VPN after changing the settings.

FlyVPN Android tutorial

1. Open FlyVPN, register with your email and log in to FlyVPN

2. Click the Select Server button on the homepage to enter the server list, select a server, and click Connect. It is recommended to enable the automatic reconnection function.

3. If you have connected to a server, and you need change to another server, you can disconnect the currently connected server first, then enter the server list to select a server to connect.

4. The server list is divided into "All servers" and "Favorites". Click the star icon on the front of the server to favorite the server. Click it again to cancel the Favorite. The favorite server is saved in "Favorites".

5. You can set the network protocol on the homepage, network protocols include: Auto, TCP, UDP. It is recommended to set the Auto protocol (default). After resetting the protocol, it will work after you successfully connect to the server next time.

6. Open the "Routing" function, you can set the VPN access mode, the default is full routing mode.

7. Click "My account" in the upper left of the homepage to enter the profile page. The modules of the profile include: Message Center, Invite Friends, Help&Feedback, Settings, and other functions.

8. Settings include: Reconnection, Protocol, Network Lock, and other functions. You need to reconnect the VPN after changing the settings.

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What is the TAP driver?

The TAP driver of Windows borrows OpenVPN’s TAP driver to install a virtual network card in the operating system to provide VPN network services.

Our virtual NICs don’t conflict with OpenVPN or other accelerators, so you can use them with confidence.

Manual proxy tutorial

In addition to UDP and TCP protocols, FlyVPN currently also supports HTTP/Socks5 proxy.
You can specify a browser or application to use VPN without affecting the local network of other software.
Our guide will show you how to set up FlyVPN's HTTP/Socks5 proxy and how to use it in related browsers.

Note: When using the HTTP/Socks5 proxy, Route options are not available.

1. Get host and port numbers

Select the "manual proxy", get the host and port numbers of the HTTP/Socks5 proxy after connecting to a server successfully.


2. Configure the application

Configure the correct host and port numbers in applications that support the HTTP/Socks5 protocol and you need to use.

You can refer to the following tutorials to configure the HTTP/Socks5 proxy protocol in different applications. The configuration tutorials will continue to be included. If you have an application you want to configure, please contact our customer service.

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Network lock

Upon turning on the function, the local network will not be restored ( the device has no network after the server is accidentally disconnected) even if the connection between the user's device and our server is interrupted. To restore it, the server should be manually disconnected, thus effectively avoiding the local IP from being leaked.

The server is accidentally disconnected: The network environment is complex. Even the best server may be interrupted. The function is developed for preventing data from entering or leaving the device when the server gets interrupted because of network fluctuations, so as to avoid the leakage of network privacy and local IP addresses.

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