Virtualize your private networks across datacenters and provide simple remote access in minutes
Open source BeyondCorp server from Pritunl providing zero trust security for privileged access to ssh and web applicationsPritunl Zero
Create a cloud vpn with complex site-to-site links, gateway links and provide local network access to remote users. Protect your network traffic and remote users connecting over public connections with secure encryption. All from a simple web interface
Interconnect AWS VPC networks across AWS regions and provide reliable remote access with automatic failover that can scale horizontallyExplore AWS integration
Securely deploy remote access to thousands of users using their existing company account with support for several single sign-on providers and protocolsSee all providers
Create multi-cloud site-to-site links with VPC peering. VPC peering available for AWS, Google Cloud, Azure and Oracle CloudLearn more
Quickly scale to thousands of users with high availability in a cloud environment without the need for expensive proprietary hardwareLearn more
Pritunl supports all OpenVPN clients and has official clients for several devices and platformsView all platforms
Clients can choose between connecting with OpenVPN and WireGuard. All networking features are available with the WireGuard protocolWireGuard documentation
Pritunl is the most secure VPN server available and the only VPN server to offer up to five layers of authenticationSee all security features
Highly customizable Python plugin system to allow expanding and modifying Pritunl. Plugins can be created to support custom authentication systems and custom access control systemsLearn more about plugins
A faster and more secure alternative to Aviatrix with more features and no per-connection pricing
Lower cost and more customizable alternative to Pulse Secure with transparent pricing
Lower cost and more customizable WireGuard server alternative to Tailscale
Pritunl is the best open source alternative to proprietary commercial vpn products such as Aviatrix and Pulse Secure. Create larger cloud vpn networks supporting thousands of concurrent users and get more control over your vpn server without any per-user pricing
All source code for Pritunl is publicly available on GitHub. Allowing for complete transparency and customization.
Free and open source alternative to Aviatrix and Pulse Secure. No registration or credit card necessary.
All configuration is done from a web interface allowing easy management of large organizations and complex configurations.
All traffic between clients and the server is encrypted. Optional two-step authentication is available using Google Authenticator.
Pritunl supports both OpenVPN and WireGuard clients. IPsec is used for site-to-site links and VPC peering.
Easily integrate and configure Pritunl with other services using the REST API. Documentation is available in the platforms section.
Pritunl servers can be easily distributed across multiple servers and different datacenters for improved performance, high availability and automatic failover when an instance fails.
All server communication and interconnecting is done with MongoDB allowing servers to be quickly connected without having to modify firewalls for inter-server communication.
All Pritunl servers are equal in the cluster and can run independently in the event of other instances failing.
Pritunl is free to use with optional monthly subscriptions available to purchase for additional features. The enterprise license may be used on all the servers in the cluster and does not require a individual license for each server.
Select a Linux distribution below and run the commands to install Pritunl. After installing no setup is necessary simply open the web interface at https://SERVER_IP/ in your web browser and login with the default username and password which is "pritunl".
Free and open source cross platform OpenVPN and WireGuard client. Connect to any OpenVPN server with a secure open source client. Additonal integration available when connecting to a Pritunl server. Free and open source alternative to Viscosity.