If you are a ProtonVPN user, it is possible to establish a connection from Blackberry 10 devices. This is how to set-up VPN for BlackBerry 10 via the IKEv2 protocol:
1. Download the ProtonVPN IKEv2 certificate here: https://protonvpn.com/download/ProtonVPN_ike_root.der
2. Open the File-Manager and browse to Downloads.
3. Open the certificate by pressing on it.
4. Check “Restrict usage to VPN“.
5. Press Import.
A confirmation should appear that the certificate is successfully imported.
6. Navigate to Settings –> Networks and Connections –> VPN
7. Press Add at the bottom of the screen to add a new VPN connection
8. Fill the fields as follows:
- Profile Name: Give the profile a display name. It doesn’t matter what it is.
- Server Address: Enter the hostname of the server you wish to connect to (for example nl-130.protonvpn.com). Server hostnames can be found in the Downloads category in your account, under Server Configs section. Each server is named according to its server number and first two letters: https://account.protonvpn.com/downloads
- Gateway Type: Generic IKEv2 VPN Server
- Authentication Type: EAP-MSCHAPv2
- Authentication ID Type: Email Address
- Authentication ID: ProtonVPN OpenVPN/IKEv2 Username
- MSCHAPv2 EAP Identity: ProtonVPN OpenVPN/IKEv2 Username
- MSCHAPv2 Username: ProtonVPN OpenVPN/IKEv2 Username
- MSCHAPv2 Password: ProtonVPN OpenVPN/IKEv2 Password
- Gateway Auth Type: PKI
- Gateway Auth ID Type: Fully Qualified Domain Name
- Gateway Auth ID: Same as Server Address
- Allow Untrusted Certificate: Disallow
- Gateway CA Certificate: ProtonVPN Root CA
- Perfect Forward Secrecy: On
- Leave the rest of the settings as they areThen it should like this:
9. Press connect on the top-right corner to save and connect to ProtonVPN.
10. Success! You have finished the BlackBerry 10 VPN setup through the IKEv2 protocol, and your internet traffic is encrypted and secured through the ProtonVPN servers!
If you want to disconnect (or reconnect at a later date), simply press on the profile.
This guide was created by our community member Rafficer