separate allowedips from routing for multipath

Arvid Picciani aep at
Sat Dec 11 07:28:37 UTC 2021

Thanks Reid,

i'm aware of how that works, but that's not the question.
V is an IP routed on A1 or A2, not a "road warrior" case.

I can look into if port reuse is possible if a patchset doing that
would be acceptable.

On Sat, Dec 11, 2021 at 12:30 AM Reid Rankin <reidrankin at> wrote:
> WireGuard doesn't care what address V has, because peers are defined
> by their public key. If V switches from A1 to A2, upon receiving a
> handshake packet from V's key from the address A2, B will start
> sending packets for V out to A2. Incoming packets can arrive from any
> IP; if they're from a connection with V, V's AllowedIP rules will be
> applied.


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