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  • #13334
    songinno
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      hi, i need help.

      [server]

      windows 11
      all firewall are closed
      installed wiresock and wireguard
      using telecom router
      extenal IP – 115.140.xxx.xxx
      internal IP – 192.xxx.219.102

      [ situation ]

      1. router setting
      NAT configuration – port forwarding
      port : 51820
      ip : {internal IP}
      protocol : TCP/IP, UDP

      2. open powershell and execute command
      wg-quick-config -add
      – Configure the Wireguard Server endpoint
      ㄴ {external IP}:51820
      – Configure the Wireguard IPv4 subnet
      ㄴ 192.xxx.219.50/32

      3. result

      wiresock.conf

      [Interface]
      PrivateKey = cD2zxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx=
      Address = 192.xxx.219.51/32
      ListenPort = 51820

      [Peer]
      PublicKey = qnexxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx=
      AllowedIPs = 192.xxx.219.52/32

      wsclient_1.conf

      [Interface]
      PrivateKey = YNBxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxA=
      Address = 192.xxx.219.52/32
      DNS = 8.8.8.8, 1.1.1.1
      MTU = 1420

      [Peer]
      PublicKey = Z8Qxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx=
      AllowedIPs = 0.0.0.0/0
      Endpoint = 115.140.xxx.xxx:51820
      PersistentKeepalive = 25

      4. go to client computer(my notebook, using another network(cell phone hotstpot) and open wireguard, add tunnel

      5. copy wsclient_1.conf file`s content and paste it

      6. log
      Keypair 1 created for peer 1
      Receiving keepalive packet from peer 1 (115.140.xxx.xxx:51820)
      (repeat)
      Keypair 2 created for peer 1
      Sending keepalive packet to peer 1
      Receiving keepalive packet from peer 1 (115.140.xxx.xxx:51820)
      (repeat)
      Keypair 1 destroyed for peer 1
      Keypair 3 created for peer 1
      Sending keepalive packet to peer 1
      Receiving keepalive packet from peer 1 (115.140.xxx.xxx:51820)

      (repeat)
      ping test
      server to client
      ping 192.168.xxx.52 (OK)

      client to server and external IP
      ping 192.xxx.219.51(OK)
      ping 192.xxx.219.102(FAIL)
      ping 155.140.xxx.xx(FAIL)

      ===========================================

      i want to use my server network in outside by using wireguard VPN

      but, i can`t use internet on my client computer

      please help me, what`s the problem

      thank you

      • This topic was modified 2 months ago by songinno.
      #13336
      Vadim Smirnov
      Keymaster

        The WireSock VPN Gateway is capable of functioning in two distinct modes: NAT and Proxy. It is imperative to understand that the PING command is operational exclusively in NAT mode, given that Proxy mode is restricted to supporting only the TCP and UDP protocols. Nonetheless, any protocols that are based on UDP and TCP are expected to perform seamlessly in either mode.

        #13337
        Vadim Smirnov
        Keymaster

          To switch from default PROXY mode to NAT mode. Start a command prompt as Administrator and run the following commands:

          wiresock-service uninstall
          wiresock-service install -start-type 2 -mode nat -interface wiresock -log-level none
          sc start wiresock-service
          #13338
          songinno
          Participant

            thanks to reply me

            I tried as you suggested, but the same problem still occurred.
            ————————————————————-

            [server – power shell]

            Trying to make Wireguard tunnel network private…
            PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> wg-quick-config -stop
            Existing configuration loaded successfully.
            Stopping Wireguard tunnel…
            PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> wiresock-service uninstall
            wiresock-service is removed.
            PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> wiresock-service install -start-type 2 -mode nat -interface wiresock -log-level none
            >>
            wiresock-service is installed.
            PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> sc start wiresock-service
            PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> wg-quick-config -start
            Existing configuration loaded successfully.

            Starting Wireguard tunnel…

            Trying to make Wireguard tunnel network private…

            ————————————————————-

            [client – wireguard log]

            Receiving keepalive packet from peer 1(115.140.xxx.xxx:51820)
            Receiving keepalive packet from peer 1(115.140.xxx.xxx:51820)
            Receiving keepalive packet from peer 1(115.140.xxx.xxx:51820)
            ….

            • This reply was modified 2 months ago by songinno.
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