What devices are supported by VyprVPN?

VyprVPN supports a wide range of devices and operating systems.

Windows OS

All Windows devices running Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10. VyprVPN does not support Windows Server nor Windows RT.

Mac OS

All Mac devices running Mac OSX 10.12 (Sierra), 10.13 (High Sierra), 10.14 (Mojave), or 10.15 (Catalina).

Android OS

All Android devices running Android 5 (Lollipop), 6 (Marshmallow), 7 (Nougat), 8 (Oreo), 9 (Pie), or 10.


All iOS devices running iOS 10, 11, 12, or 13.


  • Manual VPN Setup
    • VyprVPN officially only supports all devices running Ubuntu or Mint. However, you may be able to setup and connect to VyprVPN on any Debian based Linux operating system.
  • VyprVPN CLI
    • Currently, VyprVPN CLI only supports Ubuntu 16.0.04. We do hope to bring support for Ubuntu 17+.

Chrome OS

All devices running Chrome OS 53 and up.

Amazon OS

All 2nd generation Fire Stick (Firestick) and TV devices. VyprVPN does not support 1st generation devices.


All Blackphones running Silent OS.


  • Tomato Firmware
    • All routers running Tomato by Shibby firmware.
      • MIPS: K26RT-N or K26RT-AC
      • ARM: K26ARM
  • DDWRT Firmware
    • All routers running DD-WRT firmware versions that include the OpenVPN setup option. Most standard (std), big, and meg DD-WRT firmware versions include the OpenVPN setup option, while mini versions do not.
  • OpenWRT
    • All routers running OpenWRT 15.05 (Chaos Calmer).
  • AsusWRT and AsusWRT-Merlin
    • All routers running AsusWRT or AsusWRT-Merlin firmware versions that include a built-in VPN client.
  • Anonabox
    • VyprVPN only supports the Anonabox Pro and the Anonabox Tunneler routers.


 All QNAP x86 models running QTS 4.2.2 and higher.

Synology NAS

 No minimum system requirements.

OpenELEC/Kodi on OpenELEC

 All devices running OpenElec v5 and higher.

If you need any further assistance, please contact support and we'll be happy to help!



Last reviewed/updated October 2019

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