Issue: After adding a WireGuard conf to the ‘drag and drop’ section under VPN Client, it is not apart of an assigned group (eg: peer_3357). This is understandable. After editing the newly created ‘unnamed’ group (group_3144) which includes the automatically newly assigned peer_2002, there are two entries in /etc/config/wireguard for the one WG profile:
I removed the section config peers ‘peer_3357’ fr /etc/config/wireguard after I created a group, Surfshark. I then checked /etc/config/wireguard again & found peer_2002 … which is the same wg config as peer_3357.
The steps were as follows:
Upload a single wg .conf from a provider via the GUI
Create a group for that provider via GUI
Assign that single wg connection to the new group via GUI
cat /etc/config/wireguard to see there are two configurations for one connection.
I can’t ATM; that conf is now long over-written. I can the same steps as I’ve already described above but it’ll have to be as time permits… so in a day or two.
Good question. I suspect that was because the .conf was upload to the GUI’s ‘drag & drop’ box & applied it before I created a Group… hence this bug report. You’ve got me questioning myself now though; I’ll backup the current working config & start over fr scratch. Give me a day or two.
Right; so I just flashed a Flint w/ 4.2.1-r4… so the same f/w as my Slate AX. I attempted to ‘drag & drop’ a VPN provider’s conf to upload but wasn’t able until at least a ‘New Provider’ group was created. I did so.
I checked cat /etc/config/wireguard & saw that new peer had the appropriate group_id of that ‘New Provider’.