Yes, you can!
However, although it is possible to use VyprVPN in virtual machines, the service is not designed with virtual machines in mind, and we can't guarantee that VyprVPN will work properly when used with virtual machines.
There are a few considerations to keep in mind when configuring the Virtual Machine connection:
- You may need to configure your guest client's connection as a bridged connection. How it's done will depend on the Virtual Machine software used (QEMU, Virtual Box, etc.).
- The firewall may require some configuration. Ports are handled automatically for VyprVPN on the host client, but the Virtual Machine may require some tweaking. We do have an article related to VyprVPN Cloud on a Virtual Machine that includes some port-forwarding information. You may not need the full article, but it should have some helpful details.
If you need any further assistance, please contact our 24/7 Customer Success Team, who would be glad to assist.