Whilst setting up a VPN on Mac doesn’t offer all VPN protocols, there is still plenty of support for using a VPN on the Apple OS. VPNs work just fine on Mac and I suspect in the future as OS X becomes more and more popular more VPN protocols will come over.
OpenVPN, PPTP and L2TP is the full list of protocols available and give a good broad range of use for most people. SSTP is not available for Mac due to the protocol being partly developed by Microsoft themselves. No SoftEther either.
Setting up a VPN natively on Mac is relatively simple. All you have to do is go to your Network settings page, add a new connection and under interface choose VPN, after that choose the protocol and name of the connection. Doing it this way will only give you PPTP or L2TP.
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