How to set up VPN on the Samsung Galaxy S

How to 12:30, Jun 03 2010

We show you how to configure VPN connections on your Samsung Galaxy S

The Samsung Galaxy S with Android 2.1 includes support for Virtual Private Network (VPN) connectivity. Here we show you, step by step, how to setup a VPN connection.

Add a new VPN connection:

  • Press the Home icon, press Menu, and tap Settings (figure 1)
  • Tap Wireless & networks

  • Tap VPN settings (figure 2)

  • Tap Add VPN (figure 3)

  • Select the type of VPN to add (PPTP, L2TP, L2TP/IPSec PSK VPN, L2TP/IPsec CRT VPN) (figure 4)

  • Fill in VPN details such as VPN name, VPN server, etc (the required settings will depend on type of VPN selected) (figure 5)

Connecting to the VPN:

  • Press the Home icon, press Menu, and tap Settings (figure 1 above)
  • Tap Wireless & networks
  • Tap VPN settings (figure 2 above)
  • The VPN connections you have added are now listed
  • Tap the VPN you wish to connect to
  • A dialog box will open asking for your credentials, enter them and touch connect

When connected to a VPN, you will see an ongoing notification in the Status bar on your Samsung Galaxy S. If you should get disconnected, you will receive a notification and an option to go back to the VPN settings (figure 2) section.

Disconnecting from the VPN:

Simply open the notifications panel at the top of the screen on your Samsung Galaxy S and click on the VPN notification, then tap disconnect.

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far play.. this is a shite tut! it depends on what vpn? So what are the setting for each vpn?
This is like e saying "I can make you rich, but it depends on how much money you want"... fcuker, just make me rich!!!

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