SSTP is a VPN tunnel which provides PPP and L2TP traffic with SSL3.0. SSTP's good sides are that it uses port 443 (https) so it works over all firewalls and transmit servers. SSTP is Microsoft's protocol, but it also works on Linux and Mikrotik RouterOS machines.
In this manual we instruct you on how to install SSTP client on Ubuntu.
You need to download and install the SSTP-Client packages.
SSTP-client from the directory:
Network manager from the directory:
Install the packages with the command (also found in the download directory):
sudo dpkg -i *.deb
Connecting with Ubuntu
If you're using Xubuntu you need to install some additional packages.
Other VPN software may interfere with SSTP proofing.