Follow these instructions to use the Mullvad command line interface (CLI) in your operating system's terminal.
If your app isn't up to date, first download the latest version and install it.
Open a terminal window and type
mullvad to see a full list of subcommands and their usages. Below is a list of the most common ones.
Specify your account
Replace the number string with your Mullvad account number.
mullvad account set 1234123412341234
mullvad account to see a list of other account-related commands.
Show account info
This command will show your account number and the expiration date of your account.
mullvad account get
List server locations
This command displays a list of available countries and cities.
mullvad relay list
Select a location
In this example, we are connecting to a server in Sweden (se), in the city of Malmö (mma).
Replace "se" with the country of your choice and, optionally, "mma" with a specific city in that country.
mullvad relay set location se mma
Connect to the location that you selected.
Check your connection status
Auto-connect on start-up
If you want Mullvad to start and connect when you boot up your computer, use this command.
mullvad auto-connect set on
To turn this off, run
mullvad auto-connect set off
Enable LAN access
mullvad lan set allow
Report a problem
First create an anonymized log file.
mullvad-problem-report collect --output report.log
Before sending it to us, you have the option to view the log file.
Then send the log file.
mullvad-problem-report send --report report.log --email email@example.com --message "Write a description of your problem."
Although optional, we strongly recommend that you include a description of the problem. You also don't need to fill in an email address, but if you want a reply from us, you will need to include one.
This command performs a factory reset on all settings, deletes app logs and cache files, disconnects the app, and logs you out.
You will be asked to confirm your decision before the reset.