Configure remote machine in LAN
We currently have our LAN configured as 10.1/16 in one of our data centers and I was hoping to be able to use wireguard on a remote machine and be able to assign an IP address in the 10.1/16 range to it using wireguard. Thes machines will be at peoples homes so could be using any public IP address, Is this possible and is there a guide on how to do it with 2.5.2 ?
@jeffsmith82 Not possible. WireGuard is a Layer 3 tunnel and it sounds like you're trying to tunnel Layer 2. Generally speaking, you shouldn't be tunneling layer 2 unless you've got a good reason, and a road-warrior setup isn't typically a good enough reason ;)
Good to know.
Thanks for putting in all the effort to get the package out there. Was just watching your youtube videos hoping for one on how to setup road-warrior style connections but closest to setting up a tunnel is on mullvad https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYe7FzZ_0X8&list=PLlCX5-lddcvf8kHz_EZLrCGCeBclcPSyI&index=9 any plan to make one ?
@jeffsmith82 Can definitely get that on the to-do list. I need to do some more recording soon.
Hey, I've tried to find the videos you mention - setting up a road warrior style connection - but I cannot find them.
Any pointers please?
@theonemcdonald I too have been trying to get a road warrior WG setup on 2.5.2. and also would love a simple config guide or video on the road warrior setup.
So far I am hoping to be able to piece together what is needed to get a basic config up and working with from your mulvad video and also from the screenshots you posted in another thread.
I am subscribed to your YouTube channel and do thank you for all the work you have done for the community at large it is beyond awesome. :-)