Dynamix WireGuard VPN


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3 hours ago, GermanGramatikov said:

Hello,

 

Long story short - I had an error for my wireguard in the plugin error page and just a button to delete it .. which I did with the idea to re-install it again, but unfortunately now I have an error that my unraid version is too new (6.10.3) and I cannot find any other way to install it again. Any help will be highly appreciated. Thank you!

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WireGuard is fully built into the latest Unraid releases - no need any more to install a plugin.

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5 hours ago, itimpi said:

WireGuard is fully built into the latest Unraid releases - no need any more to install a plugin.

Hello itimpi,

 

I know that people do not like to read long posts that is why I tried to write it as short as possible but let me try again:

  • My Wireguard stopped working
  • there was a new tab in plugins page called "Errors" (forgot to make screenshot it is already gone)
  • in it it said that wireguard has an issue and the only button available was "Delete" which I pressed
  • Now I don't have wiregurad and I cannot install it
  • Help please?
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1 hour ago, GermanGramatikov said:

Hello itimpi,

 

I know that people do not like to read long posts that is why I tried to write it as short as possible but let me try again:

  • My Wireguard stopped working
  • there was a new tab in plugins page called "Errors" (forgot to make screenshot it is already gone)
  • in it it said that wireguard has an issue and the only button available was "Delete" which I pressed
  • Now I don't have wiregurad and I cannot install it
  • Help please?

There is nothing to install if you are on 6.10.3 as it Wireguard is now built in so deleting the old plugin was the correct thing to do.   Are you saying that you do not have Settings->VPN Manager where you now configure Wireguard?

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21 hours ago, itimpi said:

There is nothing to install if you are on 6.10.3 as it Wireguard is now built in so deleting the old plugin was the correct thing to do.   Are you saying that you do not have Settings->VPN Manager where you now configure Wireguard?

Well yes, unfortunately I don't have any wireguard plugin at the moment and there is no way to install it again other then reverting back to 6.9.9 installing it and then upgrading again to 6.10.3 and I believe that someone would know how to install it directly without having to do this exercise that is why I decided to ask here. Thanks for looking into it!

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29 minutes ago, GermanGramatikov said:

Well yes, unfortunately I don't have any wireguard plugin at the moment and there is no way to install it again other then reverting back to 6.9.9 installing it and then upgrading again to 6.10.3 and I believe that someone would know how to install it directly without having to do this exercise that is why I decided to ask here. Thanks for looking into it!

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It's not under the Tools menu which you show in the screenshot.  As Itimpi mentioned, in unRAID 6.10.3, you should find it in the Settings menu as VPN Manager.

 

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It is no longer a plugin so it is not in Plugins either.

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12 hours ago, Hoopster said:

It's not under the Tools menu which you show in the screenshot.  As Itimpi mentioned, in unRAID 6.10.3, you should find it in the Settings menu as VPN Manager.

 

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It is no longer a plugin so it is not in Plugins either.

Hi Hoopster and itimpi, then I need to apologize for wasting your time as that's true it is there and it slipped my mind to look in there.

 

Please take my sincere apologizes. 

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13 hours ago, GermanGramatikov said:

Hi Hoopster and itimpi, then I need to apologize for wasting your time as that's true it is there and it slipped my mind to look in there.

 

Please take my sincere apologizes. 

No problem.  I am glad you found it.

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  • 4 weeks later...

Hey I am having an issue where I have my client set to Remote Tunnelled Access and I just leave the vpn enabled. However when I am on the same network as my server I can access my mapped Windows Share on unraid and the admin console. When I leave the network I cannot access the Windows Share anymore but still can access the Admin Console. What should I do? When I turn on network discovery the server does not show so I cannot remap the network drive. 

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On 10/25/2019 at 11:01 AM, bonienl said:

I did (a lot of) testing and made line traces to monitor what is happening exactly.

 

1. If you have docker containers with a custom IP address assigned to br0 (the management interface of Unraid) then containers will never be reachable thru WG. The reason: the tunnel terminates on the host, but docker doesn't allow communication between host (Unraid) and containers. The solution: create a separate interface or VLAN for docker containers

 

2. When the setting "Local gateway uses NAT" is set to YES, it will cause Unraid to use its own LAN address as source for communication to other devices on the LAN network. I am going to change the name of this setting, because it has nothing to do with the local gateway (router). With NAT enabled on the Unraid server, all devices respond directly to Unraid (i.e. not via the default gateway). In my testing, however, the NAT setting causes issues when talking to containers with custom IP addresses. These reply wrongly and consequently are not reachable, but any other device in the LAN works correctly, just not containers.

 

3. When the setting "Local gateway uses NAT" is set to NO, it will cause Unraid to use the WG tunnel address as source for communication. In this case the default gateway (your router) needs a static route added to point tunnel addresses back to the Unraid server. With this set up both docker containers and other devices are reachable.

 

4. I have issues when using UPnP on my router (Ubiquiti) and ended up making manual forwarding port rules instead. User mistake, UPnP is working correctly with Ubiquiti.

 

 

I have an Unraid server setup with services like WireGuard VPN, Home Assistant, Nginx Proxy Manager. The setup is as follows: WireGuard is running as "Remote tunneled access" with DNS server (192.168.1.1) which is my router. Home Assistant is running as a Docker on the same server. Nginx Proxy Manager is running as a Docker (Host) on the same server, here I have Nginx Reverse Proxy for Home Assistant (home.example.com).

I can without any issues reach Home Assistant when I am in my local network and when I use an external network. It is reachable from anywhere, as I want it to be.

But as soon as I connect to my WireGuard VPN tunnel it is no longer possible to reach the domain (home.example.com). It just times out.

From what I read in your post the issue is similar to what you describe. But I run my Home Assistant docker as Host, not Bridge. How come I have the same issue?

Is there any solution to this?

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55 minutes ago, PC Services said:

Does anyone have the URL for the plugin?

 

I cant find it on app store anymore. 

The WireGuard plugin has been merged into the Unraid OS as of 6.10.0, it can be accessed at Settings > VPN Manager

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  • 3 weeks later...

I have set up transmission to use an IP whitelist and with internal IP addresses it works fine; 192.168.x.x etc. However when I connect with a VPN it won't let me access it.  Wireguard gives me a 10.0.x.x address, and if I add that to the whitelist it still blocks me.

 

Does this mean I don't actually have a 10.0.x.x address or am I doing something wrong?

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  • 1 month later...

 I have Wireguard setup and have an "extra" tunnel. It shows in the VPN s ettings and Dashboard. I want to delete it.

I have advanced on. I can see a delete button for WG0 but it is for the tunnel I want.

There is no delete button for the other tunnel, WG1? I am trying to delete WG1. Ideas?

Thanks!

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OK - so have Wireguard working when I use my external IP (explicitly) in the configuration.

When I replace the IP with my duck DNS domain, it does not work.

I get the message to the side:

"Remark: The Local endpoint resolves to 31.53.XXX.XXX. In most cases, this should be your public WAN IPv4 instead: 109.153.XXX.XX"

 

Again - works fine if I use the 109.153.XXX.XX in the Wireguard setup. but not fine when I use mydomaninname.duckdns.org.

Ideas on what the issue might be?

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