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Set VPN connection on iOS programmatically or openVPN source code

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I tried to find openVPN source code for iOS, but found only for Android. OpenVPN create app for AppStore in collaboration with Apple or something, so they don't want (or can't) to distribute source codes. 

 


 


1. You need to use a supported VPN client which can either be the built-in Cisco IPSec client or a supported SSL VPN client


 

Is this necessary to use some installing client (like openVPN connect from AppStore)? 

 

Can I configure VPN programmatically from my app? And how (if it possible)?

 

Thank you for any help you can provide in this situation

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