• Login to your account in 
  • Press "Download" in the sidebar and download the Application for your platform
  • Export location file from Manual Configs
  • Import tunnel(s) from file
  • Activate WireGuard


Apart from OpenVPN, another virtual private network is arguably much better; that is Wireguard, and BelkaVPN can surely help you access that. 

 It’s no surprise you know that, seeing as you’ve clicked on this, but if you’re still confused as to how that goes, then worry no more because we’re here to help. The process is very similar to the OpenVPN Configuration, but here’s a little breakdown for you.


Step 1. Go to BelkaVPN’s login page: 













It will look a little something like this. Enter your email address and password, then press the blue button that says “Log In.” 


Once you’re in, you’ll see the overview page like so, then avert your eyes to the sidebar and get the party started. 


Step 2. When you see the sidebar, right below “Overview,” click “Download.” 


Do you see all those servers? That’s how much BelkaVPN has to offer, wink wink. 



You’ll see “WireGuard” in the “Desktop Apps” below the “Windows” option. 


Step 3. Click “Download,” and you’ll be redirected to this window. Choose which is more suitable for your device. 













Follow the guidelines provided until it’s fully downloaded on your device. 

Step 4. On your browser, go back to “Download.”


Before you stop and mesmerize BelkaVPN’s cool features, finish this entire process first! Scroll down and find the “Config Generator,” as shown below.



In the Config Generator, choose your country. 



Done? Press the green “Wireguard” button below “OpenVPN UPD,” and you’ll see that it automatically gets downloaded, like so. Take note that the file is a “.conf”; you’ll be needing that later. 




Step 5. We’re almost done. Hang in there a bit! Go to the WireGuard app you’ve just downloaded, and you’ll see this. 














 Click on the “Import tunnel(s) from file,” which is just a fancy term for manually downloading the file. Remember the “.conf” file we’ve downloaded? Then import it here. 


Once it’s downloaded, you’ll see this. 















 FINAL STEP: Notice the “Activate” button? That’s our final step! Click activate, and you’ll know if you’ve successfully configured it if you see the status change into “Active.” 













 Follow all these steps, and you’ll never go wrong!