Question about AllowedIPs and proper "mesh" setup
lars.francke at gmail.com
Tue Nov 6 21:41:53 CET 2018
thanks for the answers. I haven't received Matthias answer but I can see it
in the archive.
The reason I wanted to do it the way I initially described is laziness. I'm
setting up the machines using Ansible. It'd be great if I didn't need
any special cases but it seems that that's going to be way easier than
figuring out another way (which doesn't even seem to exist yet) ;-)
Thank you both!
 <https://github.com/opencore/ansible_wireguard> (It's not beautiful but
it does what I need)
On Tue, Nov 6, 2018 at 9:16 PM Phil Hofer <phil at sunfi.sh> wrote:
> > Now I want to add an outside client into the mix (e.g. my laptop). I
> want to be able to connect to just one of those hosts and have that host
> forward my packages to the others.
> > I can get it to work if I pick _one_ specific jump host but I haven't
> managed to set it up in a way that I can connect to any of them.
> You might consider setting up just one of your servers
> as a gateway for a subnet dedicated to your client machine(s).
> Then add routes on your servers to the gateway.
> For example, set up 10.0.0.1 as the gateway to 10.0.1.0/24,
> and set your client machine up as 10.0.1.1. Machines on
> 10.0.0.0/24 remain connected directly.
> If you need to be able to route through any one of
> your servers on an ad-hoc basis, then you'll need some
> additional routing protocol magic, as Matthias suggested.
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