on premise vpn server solution

Ready for Use, Straight Out of the Box

You don't have any network admin or technical experience? Don't worry about it. We've got it all figured out. We provide you with easy-to-follow instructions, so you can get started with your on-premise VPN right away.

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Server at Your Home or Office

Setup your VPN server the way you want it. UTunnel gives you the flexibility to onboard your own server as a VPN server, be it for home or office use, assuring privacy out of the box.

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You Are in Complete Control

With your own VPN server, you expect full control, and that’s what you get with the on-premise deployment option. You manage the server, users, permissions, and other VPN features.

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Easy Access to Internal Network

Setting up your on-premise VPN server gives you the convenience of extending your home or office network, letting you access resources while you are traveling or at a remote location.

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Robust Security and Features

You are not compromising on security or VPN functionalities while using your on-premise server. Our solution is robust and fine-tuned to effectively manage cloud or on-premise deployments.


How To Deploy Your On-Premise VPN Server

You can quickly spin up your on-premise VPN server in a few easy steps.


Sign up for a UTunnel account, log in to your UTunnel web application dashboard and click on the Create Server button.


Select the On-Premise option and enter your server IP address. Also, choose the subscription type and the number of users.


Run a few simple commands on your server and then register your VPN server. For a remote server, you can do this over SSH.


Once registered, you start using your on-premise VPN server and invite users. Install our client apps to connect to the VPN.


On-Premise VPN Solution Enhanced with Zero Trust Security

Setting up OneClick applications on your UTunnel server will enable Zero Trust security for your on-premise network resources, enabling secure, segmented network access.

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Application Level Segmentation

Zero Trust Application Access enables you to provide users with segmented access to only specific resources on your on-premise network, improving network security.

Multiple Protocols Support
Fine-Tuned Access Control

Apart from segmentation, you can define access policies specific for each of your business applications to provide access only to users that comply with those policies.

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Secure Agentless Access

OneClick’s agentless access allows authenticated users to access resources straight from a web browser without requiring any specific client-side application.

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Access Multiple Resource Types

You can easily add your HTTP/HTTPS, RDP, and SSH resources as OneClick applications on your UTunnel on-premise server and enable single-click access to users.


Advanced VPN Solution with Features Ensuring Secure Network Access

UTunnel comes feature-packed, enabling you to easily manage your on-premise VPN server as well as VPN users with atmost ease. After the initial setup, you can control everything about your VPN with your fingertips from our web-console, no matter where you are.

256-bit Encryption

We ensure that every data packet transferred via the VPN is encrypted end-to-end with 256-bit encryption, utilizing the widely used OpenVPN or IPSEC VPN protocols.

Role-based Access

UTunnel makes VPN management easy by letting you assign user roles, which defines the level of access that a member enjoys on a VPN server or on an organization account.

External SSO Integration

Onboarding users to your VPN has been simplified with UTunnel’s SSO integration with major identity providers such as Google Workspace, Azure AD, Okta, and OneLogin.

User Activity Tracking

You can enable logs on your on-premise VPN server letting you monitor user user signins, live VPN connections as well as past connections on your VPN network.

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Why Set Up an On-Premise VPN Server?

You might be looking for a business VPN service to keep your internet connection private for your business. But, should you use a cloud VPN service, or run your own VPN on premise? That is totally based on your specific requirements.

If your office already runs most of its IT services like ERP, HRMS systems, or other business applications on premise, and uses a central data center for all locations' IT, then an on-premise VPN is the way to go. Also, if the majority of your workforce works in the same office, setting up your VPN on-premise could help you reduce latency, compared to a Cloud VPN.

Though an on-premises VPN server might requires upkeep, it gives you complete control over your VPN network.


Know More About UTunnel’s On-Premise VPN Solution

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On-Premise VPN : Frequently Asked Questions

An On-Premise VPN server refers to a VPN server that is deployed and hosted within the organization's own premises or private network infrastructure. It allows for secure remote access to resources within the organization's network, typically through encrypted connections.
To setup an on premise VPN server, you would need a server running Ubuntu 20.04 with a static IP address. Sign up with UTunnel and use the IP to initiate the VPN server deployment process after which you will be provided with a registration token. Then, run a few commands and register your server.
For setting up an on-premise VPN server on a machine at your home or office, you would need it to run a freshly installed Ubuntu 20.04 server and have a static IPv4 address. You would also need to set up some port forwarding. If you need any assistance, you can always contact our support team.
If you set up an on-premise VPN, you are solely responsible for maintaining and managing your server, which is an extra administration cost. Also, an on-premise VPN deployment has limitations for scaling as your company grows in size.
Because you don't have to rely on a third-party cloud provider to run your VPN gateway, an on-premise VPN server gives you complete control over your VPN network. In addition, connecting to an on-premise VPN server rather than a cloud VPN will result in lower latency when accessing resources at your office remotely.

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You can be confident as we maintain the strictest standards for software security compliance.