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Faculty VPN allows employees, teachers and students of FIT to connect to the FIT’s private network and so access internal services from anywhere.

VPN connection is required by following services:

Důležité: Change of certificate

On March 8, 2022, the FIT VPN server certificate and its certification authority will be changed. Until then, you must update your OpenVPN client configuration – replace the CA certificates with new ones from fit-vpn-ca.pem (if you know how), or delete the current configuration and recreate it according to the installation manual below. You can connect with the new set of certificates after and even before March 8, but you won’t be able to connect with the old ones after that date – so don’t delay the change!

Video instructions for updating the OpenVPN configuration on Windows can be found here.

Note: The minimum supported version of OpenVPN is 2.4.0.

Installation Manuals

Installation manuals for different operating systems are available in the navigation menu at the top of this page.


It’s realized using OpenVPN – de-facto standard open source VPN based on the TLS protocol. Therefore you have to install OpenVPN software on your computer to connect to the VPN (see the installation manuals section).

For ease of use, FIT VPN doesn’t use classic authentication using client certificates, but username and password. to be more specific, your CTU username and FIT Password (not CTU Password!)[1].

If you encounter any problem, please contact us via helpdesk.

  1. FIT Password is not CTU Password! You can change your FIT Password in ICT profile. More about FIT Password via https://help.fit.cvut.cz/accounts/index.html#fit-password