After you deploy a server, you can use an included Ansible script to provision Linux clients too! Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS, and Fedora are supported. The playbook is
client_ip - The IP address of your client machine (You can use
localhost in order to deploy locally)
vpn_user - The username. (Ensure that you have valid certificates and keys in the
ssh_user - The username that we need to use in order to connect to the client machine via SSH (ignore if you are deploying locally)
server_ip - The vpn server ip address
ansible-playbook deploy_client.yml -e 'client_ip=client.com vpn_user=jack server_ip=vpn-server.com ssh_user=root'
If the user requires sudo password use the following argument:
Some Linux clients may require more specific and details instructions to configure a connection to the deployed Algo VPN, these are documented here.
First, install the required plugins.
dnf install NetworkManager-strongswan NetworkManager-strongswan-gnome
In this example we’ll assume the IP of our Algo VPN server is
220.127.116.11 and the user we created is
+ bottom left of the window)
cacert.pem found at
user-name.crt found at
user-name.key found at