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  • How do I Secure my VPS?

  • The steps are mostly the same but there are some extra steps involved in securing the VPS to deny access from bad actors. A VPN that will provide an encrypted connection when using public Wi-Fi, via PiVPN

  • What is the VPN server used for?

  • The VPN server鈥檚 primary (and only) use is for safe browsing i.e. tunneling all your traffic through your VPS. The script also generates your client configuration file along with the necessary keys for authentication. 1. CentOS 5 32bit minimal OS template

  • What ports do I need to open to connect to pivpn?

  • Specifically, we want to ensure that only ports needed for SSH, Pi-Hole, and PiVPN are open. Additional ports can be opened later depending on your specific needs. We will be opening ports for secure FTP so that .ovpn files needed for connecting to our VPN later can be retrieved via a FTP application such as Filezilla or Transmit.

  • How much memory do I need for a VPS?

  • A VPN that will provide an encrypted connection when using public Wi-Fi, via PiVPN In order to follow this tutorial you will need to have a VPS with at least 512 MB of memory, although I would personally recommend at least 1 GB if you plan on having a large number of blocklists.