Note: Newer Chrome OS versions may not be able to be configured to not use IPv6 addresses. We currently do not support IPv6, and thus, if you are using one of the newest Chrome OS versions on an IPv6 network, you may not be able to properly secure your Chromebook.
1. Right-click on the clock bar and choose Settings
2. Click on Add Connection and then choose Add Private Network
3. Fill the appeared window with following information:
Server hostname – the server addresses you will find here.
Service name – NordVPN L2TP (you can name it the way you like)
Provider type – L2TP/IPSec + pre-shared key
Pre-shared key – nordvpn
Server CA certificate – Default
User certificate – None installed
Username – your NordVPN account name
Password – your NordVPN account password
OTP – (leave blank)
4. Click on Connect and you will be connected to VPN.
If the connection does not work, first please make sure you are using a regular, standard VPN server, as the special categories do not support L2TP.
If that does not help, try changing the connection proxy settings. Try both “Direct Internet connection” and “Automatic proxy configuration”: