mdt at emdete.de
Thu Jan 18 15:11:57 CET 2018
Quotation from Jason A. Donenfeld at Januar 18, 2018 14:02:
> Take a look at what wg-quick does to solve this:
> It uses policy routing, which is much nicer than overriding the default route.
> If, however, you do with to do it the old 0/1, 128/1 way, here's a
> script to automate that: https://א.cc/gvFOR5BO/bash But I'd recommend
> doing the trick that wg-quick does.
thank you for directing me there - i did not recognize that
wg-quick adds functionality.
using it gives some troubles here with DNS. i use a home grown
script for resolveconf (i do not change the file
/etc/resolv.conf but use dbus to tell dnsmasq the current
nameserver). wg-quick issues a
[#] resolvconf -a tun.wg0 -m 0 -x
which seems to be wrong, the manpage resolvconf(8) states that the
this parameter is
why is "tun." prepended?
the command is issued before the routing is configured.
shouldnt the DNS configuration be applied after routing
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