How to Use NordVPN on Raspberry Pi

With the explosion of the Internet of Things and the rise of the “gadget-life,” more and more individuals are looking to integrate the functionality of their mobile devices with their home network. One popular solution is to integrate a Raspberry Pi with an Ethernet jack, a USB port, and a button so that users can connect their mobile device to the network whenever they want. This integration opens up a whole new world of possibilities, allowing users to stream content to their mobile device from home networks and devices or to access home computers from anywhere using a mobile device as a remote control.

NordVPN is a reputable VPN provider that has a robust network of servers that enable users to unblock content and websites that they want to access on the go. We were curious about how easy it would be to set up and use a Raspberry Pi with a NordVPN account, so we decided to give it a try.

Set Up Your Raspberry Pi With NordVPN

If you’re following our guide, you’ll need to visit and download the NordPi application from there. To get started, connect your Pi to the Internet and then launch the application on your mobile device. You’ll see the following splash screen:

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