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OpenVPN support in Azure VPN gateways - Thomas Maurer May 29, 2019 Always-on VPN. Android can start a VPN service when the device boots and keep it running while the device is on. This feature is called always-on VPN and is available in Android 7.0 (API Level 24) or higher. While Android maintains the service lifecycle, it's your VPN service that's responsible for the VPN-gateway connection. Turn your mobile phone in to a VPN gateway. Presuming you are able to connect to a VPN on your mobile device, which you should be able to. You can turn your Android mobile device in to a VPN gateway, which will send any tethered traffic through the VPN. This means your mobile provider can not see the traffic as its encrypted. If the issue persists, try switching to another WiFi network on your device or set up a manual VPN connection using the IKEv2 or OpenVPN VPN protocol. Related articles: Android VPN problems with permissions and Always-On VPN
How to Connect to a VPN on Android
Starting with Android 4.2, Google included the option to enable always-on VPN mode. When this option is enabled, Android will never allow data to be sent except over the VPN. This can be useful if you are using public Wi-Fi and want to ensure your VPN is always used.
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Android phones have a built-in VPN client. As you can see in Figure 2, you can select the type of VPN protocol to be used: PPTP, L2TP, L2TP/IPsec PSK, or L2TP/IPsec CRT. Starting with Android 4.2, Google included the option to enable always-on VPN mode. When this option is enabled, Android will never allow data to be sent except over the VPN. This can be useful if you are using public Wi-Fi and want to ensure your VPN is always used. We are pleased to report that Android 4.4 (KitKat) bug Google Issue #61948 (AnyConnect users will experience High Packet Loss over their VPN connection /users will experience timeouts) has been resolved in Google's release of Android 4.4.1 which Google has begun distributing to some devices via Software Update. Android: VPN profile settings This setting specifies the username that a device uses to authenticate with the VPN gateway. If the profile is for multiple users, you can use the %UserName% variable. This setting is valid only if the "User authentication required" setting is selected. Configure the Android VPN Client. On the Android device, tap Settings. In the Wireless & Networks section, tap More. Tap VPN. Add the VPN by tapping the plus sign (+) next to VPN. On the Edit VPN profile page, configure these settings: Name - Enter a name for the VPN connection (e.g., IPsecWithSharedKeys). Type - Select IPSec Xauth PSK. Note: You can configure Dead Peer Detection Interval only for single client to gateway VPN connection, not for group client to gateway VPN connection. Step 9. Click Save to save the settings. You have now learned how to configure remote access VPN tunnel from client to gateway on RV016, RV042, RV042G and RV082 VPN routers.