Welcome to Part Two of ReadWrite's Raspberry Pi VPN server tutorial!
By now, it's pretty apparent that turning your Raspberry Pi into a Virtual
Private Network is an all-evening activity. But as security flaws further
compromise our Internet lives, it feels increasingly worth it to have a secure
server on your side. That way, you're free to write emails and transfer data
without worrying about what or whom might be intercepting it as it travels
from your computer to the Web.
> **See also: Building A Raspberry Pi VPN Part One: How And Why To Build A
If you’ve followed the steps from Part One of this tutorial, you’ve got a
fully functional VPN server on your Raspberry Pi. You can use this to connect
securely to your home network wherever there’s an unencrypted wireless
connection. You can also access shared files and media you keep stored on your
Only, you can’t access those files just yet. We’ve created keys for clients
(computers and devices) to use, but we haven’t told the clients where to find
the server, how to connect, or which key to use.
If you remember, we created several different client ...