I've been a big fan of using Wireguard since I started using it at the beginning of this year.
Wireguard has the ability to scan a QR code to read the Wireguard tunnel configuration, which makes setting up a mobile device (phone, tablet, etc) much easier.
A QR code (Quick Response code) is a type of matrix barcode (or …
I've been using Wireguard for a few months now, and the performance has been great, with zero stability issues.
I started by using a virtual machine for the Wireguard server, and once I got the configuration ironed out, then moved it to a Docker instance.
I later discovered that my Ubiquiti Ultimate Dream Machine Pro …
I've been using Wireguard for a while when away from my house for a couple of reasons:
Access to my home network's servers, services, and resources.
Security, when accessing the internet via insecure wifi.
Ability to use my PiHole (DNS sinkhole).
It's been working great, but as with everything else, I wanted to …
When away from home, it's always nice to be able to access devices, servers, services, on my home network.
In addition to accessing my home network's resources, if I route all of my traffic through my home network, I get the added benifit of avoiding insecure wireless networks.
There have been more than a few …