Have you ever been counting on your VPN connection to get to that important document only to discover that you've been disconnected?
Have you ever started to download a large file only to discover that your VPN connection got disconnect before finishing?
Then VPN AutoConnect is made for you!
This simple app lives in the menu bar (up there, next to the clock), and checks if your VPN Connection is alive at any time.
• How to it setup?
- Use the built-in VPN Connection in OS X Network Preference to set it up,
- Select the connection you want to keep alive from the VPN AutoConnect drop-down menu,
- Click "Turn On", and you're good to go.
- Correcting a bug with OS X Yosemite,
- Revamped and cleaned Status Bar Icon.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Doesn’t save login information
It’s nice because it asks you to log in immediately when your VPN connection drops, but it doesn’t save the password.
Just works. Very simple.
Nice little app that does what it says seamlessly. Doesn’t require re-authenticated each time as an earlier review claimed.
After installing I tinkered around with various network connections turning them on and off again while this was running. It performed flawlessly. It gives you a warning when there is no network connection, which is nice. The only nit of a recommendation is that after three or five warnings it would either turn off automatically or ask you if you want to turn it off. But for the price, I’m happy with what it does. Oh, and sleep mode is nice – it reconnects after waking from sleep.
Simple, elegant, and almost completely transparent.
This application works as advertised. If you have a VPN profile already set up, simply tell the app to connect to it whenever Wi-Fi is detected. Waa laa, it connects every time I open my laptop. Here is the only problem. I am connecting to a VPN server at my house. As such, as soon as I get home and open my laptop, it tries to connect to the VPN….and fails because it can’t loop back to the same IP I’m originating from. If the developer could update this app to allow for exceptions, then I could avoid having it try to connect on certain SSID’s, while connecting everywhere else. That would make the app AMAZING and definitely worth 5 stars! Please consider this enhancement.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.