Virtual Private Networking (VPN) at UNH

UNH provides "Virtual Private Networking" (VPN) functionality to all community members. Virtual private networking is a technology that, in short, makes a client computer function as if it were on a remote network.

In UNH’s implementation, the VPN serves two primary functions:

1. To allow remote users to access resources on the UNH network, especially those that are restricted from the internet.

2. To allow access to users (both local and remote) to certain restricted networks. Certain applications require VPN access, even for users already on campus.

A frequently asked questions (FAQ) and general help web page is located here. The VPN client and configuration instructions can be found there.

Note: users without an account in the UNH active directory can still use the VPN, but will use a slightly different configuration. More information is available in the FAQ.


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