I've been looking at running an easy-to-use VPN solution and pritunl seems like a good option. I don't understand exactly how to configure it to work with my server. I understand it uses MongoDB but what's not clear to me is the web server side. I've briefly looked at the documentation, but ccannot understand how the http UI works. My server is running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, and I have ISP config running and a few other services like JIRA behind Tomcat. Having installed pritunl, I can't access the page at https://<server>:9700. I'm wondering if that's because the backend appears to use 443 which is already in use by Apache. I've added the iptables exemptions so 9700 should be accessible, but I don't get any response. Mongodb is running OK, however, I'm not so sure about pritunl. Code: ~$ service --status-all [ + ] apache2 ... [ + ] pritunl but a "ps -ef |grep pritunl" gives nothing. Any ideas where to start looking?