With the heavy community migration from OpenVPN to Wireguard, and with VPN being so important to work-from-home lately, I recommend that VPN become its own subcategory under the Packages category.
The Wireguard package (https://forum.netgate.com/topic/150943/i-made-a-wireguard-package-for-pfsense) is one such project deserving of considerably more visibility.
Pippin last edited by Pippin
With the heavy community migration from OpenVPN to Wireguard
Since there is a pfSense Software category I assume it will be added there when "the time is right".
When it's done properly, Wireguard will not be a package, so this is unnecessary.
@jimp I haven't seen anything in the FreeBSD community suggesting they are going to integrate it into the kernel as Ubuntu has, if that's what you're referring to. As it currently stands it's a pkg install of a userland go application, and it seems the FreeBSD community has no issues with that. Is pfSense going to approach it differently?
The userland application is a dead end. Not worth expending effort on. It can never perform up to standards, and has had stability issues.