Using Siyuan VPN Rust SDK

If you're a Rust developer looking to incorporate VPN functionality into your application, the Siyuan VPN Rust SDK provides a simple and easy-to-use solution. In this article, we will explore how to use the SDK and integrate VPN connectivity into a Rust application.


Before we begin, make sure you have Rust and Cargo installed on your system. If not, you can install them by following the instructions on the Rust website.

Installing the SDK

To install the Siyuan VPN Rust SDK, add the following line to your Cargo.toml file:

siyuan-vpn = "0.1.0"

Then, run cargo build to install the SDK and its dependencies.

Connecting to the VPN

To connect to the VPN server using the SDK, first create a new SiyuanVpn struct and call the connect method. Here's an example:

use siyuan_vpn::SiyuanVpn;

fn main() {
    let mut vpn = SiyuanVpn::new();
    let result = vpn.connect();

    if let Err(err) = result {
        eprintln!("Error connecting to VPN: {}", err);
    } else {
        println!("Connected to VPN server at {}", vpn.get_ip_address());

The connect method returns a Result object that indicates whether the connection was successful or not. If the connection is successful, you can use the get_ip_address method to get the IP address of the VPN server.

Disconnecting from the VPN

To disconnect from the VPN server, call the disconnect method on the SiyuanVpn struct.

use siyuan_vpn::SiyuanVpn;

fn main() {
    let mut vpn = SiyuanVpn::new();

    // Do some work...



In this article, we've explored how to use the Siyuan VPN Rust SDK to connect to a VPN server from a Rust application. With this SDK, integrating VPN connectivity into your application is easy and straightforward.