… nope, thanks … i bricked my routers often enough & rather wait till the pretty idea gl.inet already shows off really works … after all there already is a button to easily add new wireguard profiles … it’s just not working … like an escalator that turns out to be just stairs …
Please bear with me, not trying to sound like a douche. Just trying to help.
We have 50 private WG servers worldwide using KVM VPS servers. (FYI Mullvad keeps logs, not good.)
We also have many AR3300m and a few AR750s for work/travel. It’s too hard to continually re-add the WG servers into each version’s update, so we make backup copies of the ‘wireguard’ and ‘shadowsocks’ files before updating to the next version
For us, SFTP is the easiest way., it’s super fast and you can just overwrite the default files in seconds. If you don’t have the saved files, you can also just add your keys and info manually there. Did I say fast?
Just for drill if you don’t have this.
-Create an SFTP server:
SSH into the router, then
opkg install openssh-sftp-server
Then, SFTP into the router. Go to /etc/config/.wireguard. Simply overwrite wireguard with your saved wireguard file, or you can manually add each entry into it like this:
I just had my “d’oh” moment & feel like Homer Simpson … I really should have thought of that.
Entering the account-number manually solves all problems
God, Mulvad is fast compared to OpenVPN … BUT:
Mullvad does not let me stream TV-Content from country A, when travelling in country B … same as Netflix: just doesn’t work through Mullvad/Wireguard…
but this is a Mullvad issue, no gl.Inet one. Those routers just rock.