OpenVPN on Mac OS X 10.5

I admit, my last post wasn’t really interesting at all, but this one’s going to be a lot better!

After many months of looking every once in awhile for a good easy to use OpenVPN client for Mac OS X, my search has finally come to an end!

I present to you Viscosity.

It’s easy to use, imports and export configuration files, works on Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger and 10.5 Leopard.

Make sure you give it a try along with something like Untangle with it’s OpenVPN server.

If you don’t know what OpenVPN is, check this article on Wikipedia.

3 Replies to “OpenVPN on Mac OS X 10.5”

  1. Hello Arthur, thanks for let me discover Viscosity.
    I have a question for you: do have to install openVPN both on the server and on the client or client-side viscosity is enough?

    Thanks

  2. Hi Sig,

    On the client side all you need is Viscosity because it actually bundles OpenVPN inside of it.

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