I've fresh installed Qubes OS 3.2. I am trying to connect to NORDVPN from the sys-net. If I open a terminal and type "sudo openvpn --config us512.nordvpn.com.udp1194.ovpn" (asks for user and password), the connection is successful.

Install the correct openvpn packages: dnf install NetworkManager-openvpn openvpn; Import a working openvpn config (.ovpn) you can easily import this into NetworkManager: nmcli connection import type openvpn file /path/to/your.ovpn. The config will be saved in /etc/NetworkManager/scripts/ You can inspect the connect with nmcli connection show How to Install the ExpressVPN App for Qubes OS | ExpressVPN Mar 05, 2019 OpenVPN Setup, Revisited Again! - Google Groups OpenVPN setup for Qubes ----- This is an update of the instructions posted in a previous thread[1], for a type of connection that completely tunnels all traffic to/from VMs that are connected to the VPN VM for general Internet use. This version of the openvpn setup has been tested with fedora-21 and debian-8 templates on Qubes R3b3. VPN/OpenVPN Setup - Google Groups Dec 01, 2014

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Whonix - Software That Can Anonymize Everything You Do Online Qubes. KVM. For those who prefer KVM over VirtualBox ”For the even more paranoid, there is a lesser-known Tor-enabled OS called Whonix” ”Whonix is about as anonymous as an OS can get before it all becomes too inconvenient for normal use.” How To Secure Your Network: Five Modern Alternatives to VPN

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Jul 05, 2019 testing mullvad-openvpn connection before installing qubes