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Configuration and connection tools for PIA VPN routes on Linux

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Configures NetworkManager keyfiles for OpenVPN routes to Private Internet Access servers.

pypia automatically detects your operating system. Currently the supported distros are Fedora, Manjaro, Ubuntu, Elementary OS, Antergos, Linuxmint, openSUSE, Kali, Arch, CentOS.

In addition to configuring NetworkManager keyfiles, this module also can be invoked to ping all PIA endpoints, connect to the fastest, connect to a random server, etc. Use pypia –help for further descriptions and usage.

usage: [-h] [-i] [-p] [-s] [-r {us,all,int}] [-f] [-d]

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-i, --initialize
 configure pia vpn routes as networkmanager keyfiles. use this flag on first run and anytime you want to refresh pia vpn routes
-p, --ping ping each vpn server and list latencies
-s, --shuffle connect to or shuffle a random vpn
-r, --region “us” for US only, “int” for non-US, “all” for worldwide
-f, --fastest connect to network with lowest ping latency
-d, --disconnect
 disconnect current PIA vpn connection

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