Connecting to LiquidVPN on a Mac with version 10.6 and above is very simple. With the steps below you will be able to connect to OpenVPN, L2TP, PPTP and SSTP from your Mac.

Go to 
Download LiquidVPN for Mac

Mount the liquidvpn_latest.dmg file
Mount the LiquidVPN client

Drag the LiquidVPN icon to your applications folder
Install the Client

Select your desired server by clicking the Map Pin
Server Select

Choose your desired server
The Server Select Screen

Click connect and then enter your VPN username and password (Not the website username and password)
Enter your username and password

Here are links to some common questions and problems.
Are you having trouble browsing the internet after you disconnect from LiquidVPN?
Are you seeing the Wrong VPN username and password error?
Experiencing slow VPN transfer speeds?
Still having problems? Open a ticket

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