Awesome so on a closed system, its not really required.
If I have port forwarding selected then it may be smart for me to rate limit the traffic/access to those devices (currently limited by access list and the devices required password login etc).
Is all your internet traffic done via wireguard through the Raspberry PI or are you talking a specific tunnel??I bought a Raspberry Pi4 and use that for wireguard, it gives me wirespeed vpn on a 500Mbit connection
What can I say, its a beautiful day here, went rowing this morning, and I have that rare urge to ride a pony!@anav of course you do I didn't expect anything less.
It it more a case of using a known (robust) unlikely to be down source.newbie question here, why are you using things like googles DNS for check gateway and not getting the closest address to the device on the ISP side via a traceroute from the router?
That is good news!!@mkx thankyou for the help. It seems the problem in firewall. Firewall a mess. Have been able to solve the issue. Configuration good up and running. Now cleaning the firewall as recommended by @anav and to meet my requirements.
Well glad you got them up and running but your feedback is not helpful. What did you do to get them to work?finally got them to work... honestly not sure what the deal was but happy to say they're up and running.
Thanks for the help!
Mon Dieu !!!!!And the netmask. You have 65000 IP addresses?
Sent from my cell phone. Sorry for the errors.
So Sob can show off his MT networking skillsWhy?