L2TP/IPSec is a widely used legacy VPN Protocol and it supports most operating systems. It is very easy to set up directly on the OS and doesn’t require any additional software installation.


  • Operating System- ChromeOS, ChromiumOS, or any modified version of ChromiumOS. For any other OS, go to our setup page.
  • An active Plan/Service on IPBurger.com. Follow this guide to purchase a plan.
  • Unrestricted Internet- If your ISP/Country is known to ban/block VPN Protocols, such as China, Iran, etc, this software/protocol won’t work. Please contact our support.

Connect to VPN with L2TP/IPSec

1. Get L2TP/IPSec Credentials For Your IP Address

L2TP/IPSec uses L2TP/IPSec protocol. Find your L2TP/IPSec Credentials from your Service Page.

Further steps shows how to get credentials for:

A. Dedicated Proxies

A. Dedicated Proxies

Login to your account and find the IP address/Service you want to use.

My Dedicated IP


Click on the Download VPN Credentials button and select L2TP/IPSec.

Download VPN Credentials


These are your VPN Credentials.


Access your VPN Service here. Click on the Manage button.

Click on the Download VPN Credentials button and select L2TP/IPSec.


Select a location.



These are your VPN Credentials.

2. Connect to VPN

Click the Account icon on the bottom left corner of the screen and click on the Settings icon as shown below.

Under the Network options, click on the Add Connection and then click on the Add OpenVPN/L2TP.

In the dialog box that opens,

  • Give a friendly Service name, like IPBurger
  • Set Provider Type as L2TP/IPSec + pre-shared key
  • Copy Server hostname (Server Address)PSKUsername, and Password from your L2TP/IPSec Credentials
  • Leave other fields empty
  • Enable Save identity and password

Recheck if all the details are filled up correctly and then click on the Connect button.

Now you are connected to IPBurger VPN.

If you are having issues connecting, please contact our Support, we are happy to help!

Next Steps

Kill Switch

Kill Switch blocks you from exposing your Real IP Address, if the VPN Connection ever drops.

We currently don’t have a kill switch for ChromeOS.

Perform Leak Tests

Please follow: Guide: Perform IP, DNS and WebRTC Leak Tests

For any queries, feel free to reach out to our Support, we are happy to help!