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To connect to the Stevens VPN server simply browse to [http://vpn.stevens.edu vpn.stevens.edu], log in with your [[MyStevens|Stevens]] account credentials then follow the prompts to automatically connect. Guides for using the service in both Windows and Mac may be found below:
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To connect to the Stevens VPN server simply browse to [http://vpn.stevens.edu vpn.stevens.edu]; enter with your [[MyStevens|Stevens]] account credentials then follow the prompts to automatically connect.
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Guides for using the service in both Windows and Mac may be found below:
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Note: VPN is not necessary to access Library Databases. Please refer to Library database

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Configure VPN Automatically (Recommended and Preferred Method)


To connect to the Stevens VPN server simply browse to vpn.stevens.edu; enter with your Stevens account credentials then follow the prompts to automatically connect.
Guides for using the service in both Windows and Mac may be found below:










Alternate Configurations For Advanced Users

Configure your computer to Tunnel All Traffic

In order to connect to the Stevens VPN, please follow the directions for your operating system below.

Configure your computer to connect using Split Tunneling (Split Tunneling routes http through your own connection instead of VPN)

VPN Troubleshooting

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