Wireguard site to site tunnel

Wireguard site to site tunnel

Wireguard site to site tunnel
Wireguard site to site tunnel
2024-04-23 20:08:41
Model: ER7206 (TL-ER7206)  
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Good day. I have my head office and one remote site. I currently have a L2TP tunnel between both. I have configed a vlan at my remote site to go through the tunnel back to head office for all traffic, including wlan (internet) destined traffic. I am not very happy with the speed (~20Mbps). Could I accomplish this with Wireguard and get higher speeds? I wanted to initially do this with IPsec but TP-Link does not allow it.

 

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Re:Wireguard site to site tunnel
2024-04-24 01:13:19

Hi @ChicoCanada 

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Re:Wireguard site to site tunnel
2024-04-24 23:52:49

  @Clive_A Thank you for your reply. Your how-to does not answer my question nor does the thread.

 

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Re:Wireguard site to site tunnel
2024-04-25 08:55:26

Hi @ChicoCanada 

Thanks for posting in our business forum.

ChicoCanada wrote

  @Clive_A Thank you for your reply. Your how-to does not answer my question nor does the thread.

 

Cheers

Answer to the question is yes.

I only see one question you have in the OP. If you need the answer, that's the answer.

 

Wireguard is a new type of VPN and it should be faster than the old one.

Allowed IP on the peer(client) should be 0.0.0.0/0 and it will do the same like you have now.

 

Before you post, you should read the existing docs on how-to configure. In the community, we don't provide step-by-step walkthrough.

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