I’ve configured the wireguard client on my MT-1300 and can confirm it is working fine. I’m hosting my own wireguard server. What I can’t manage to do is the following : I want all wifi clients of the MT-1300 to have access to the devices on my home network where the wireguard server is located.
This is something I actually manage to do if I remove the MT-1300 wireguard client from the equation: IF the wireguard client is residing on the device itself (say on an iPhone or laptop), then I can actually access all my remotes machines through the VPN tunnel.
So, it seems logical that there is additional configuration to do at the level of the MT-1300. In the firewall maybe?
My guess is that there is some sort of subnet problem. You have the subnet of the MT1300 dhcp (192.168.8.X), then the subnet of the wireguard service itself (10.10.10.X), and the subnet of my home network where the wireguard server is residing. Should I disable the M1300 dhcp server ? Is it what is blocking access to machines on my distant home network even though there is an actual VPN tunnel to there ?
I’m at a loss, please help