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Since the last major release, Wiretrustee has changed a lot in an effort to make it easy to create and manage secure private networks.
Updated documentation and tutorials I welcome you to our documentation part of the repo where you can find self-hosting, quick start guides, and a couple of explanatory videos. (Documentation is still a work in progress).
Wiretrustee works on Linux, macOS, and Windows. It also runs on arm devices like RaspberryPi. On Linux, Wiretrustee will use the kernel Wireguard module if available.
So, the part when you had to manually configure peers (add-peer command) and remember IPs is now automatic. Whenever a new peer joins the network all other peers will receive an update and connect to it!