A few WireGuard Use Cases — Part 2 — Standard Vpn Tunnel
These days when most people think about a VPN, they are thinking of a service that changes the endpoint of their internet connection to look like it’s coming from another location. Here we’re going to implement that with WireGuard. The main thing we add to our first WireGuard tunnel is turning one end of the tunnel into a routing server for clients to connect to. This requires enabling routing and NAT, and specifying in WireGuard which addresses or ranges are allowed through the tunnel.Read More…
A few WireGuard Use Cases — Part 1 — Private Network
WireGuard is a relatively new choice when it comes to VPN utilities, but does things very differently to other existing VPN architectures.
From what I’ve learnt WireGuard is not just for VPNs, it’s a stateless, peer-to-peer network tunnelling utility.
There are two things I’ve been meaning to do, set up a VPN connection so I can connect through my Linode from restrictive networks, and creating a simple IPv6 tunnel I can use on IPv4 connections. This is what I’ve documented here.Read More…