Fast, modern, secure kernel VPN tunnel

WireGuard is a novel VPN that runs inside the Linux Kernel and uses
state-of-the-art cryptography (the "Noise" protocol). It aims to be
faster, simpler, leaner, and more useful than IPSec, while avoiding
the massive headache. It intends to be considerably more performant
than OpenVPN. WireGuard is designed as a general purpose VPN for
running on embedded interfaces and super computers alike, fit for
many different circumstances. It runs over UDP.

Source Files
Filename Size Changed
WireGuard.keyring 0000028765 28.1 KB almost 2 years
revert-compat-drop-support-for-SUSE-15.1.patch 0000002929 2.86 KB 4 months
wireguard-kmp-preamble 0000000096 96 Bytes about 2 years
wireguard-linux-compat-1.0.20200908.tar.asc 0000000858 858 Bytes 4 months
wireguard-linux-compat-1.0.20200908.tar.xz 0000262708 257 KB 4 months
wireguard.changes 0000152072 149 KB 4 months
wireguard.spec 0000002572 2.51 KB 4 months
Comments for wireguard 2

Илья Индиго's avatar

13ilya wrote about 1 year ago

I suggest dividing it into 3 subpackages. 1 kernel module 2 wg 3 wg-quick

wg-quick is a rather unstable and unpredictable utility. If I use systemd-networkd, I need only the kernel module and that's it.

Petr Vorel's avatar

pevik wrote 7 months ago

OK, that's a kernel module, which is already enabled in Tumbleweed :). You just backported it to older releases :).

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