I’ve just started hosting stuff and i’ve been using frp’s stcp to make stuff accessible when i’m at school. I was wondering if I should bother setting up/switching over to wireguard which is apparently the way to go?

  • @theorangeninja
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    11 month ago

    What are ACLs? And do you use the self hosted or the hosted option?

    • Possibly linux
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      21 month ago

      You don’t need ACLs for small stuff (access control lists, they are used for least privilege) all you need to do is to install the client in each machine and then those machines can talk as if they were on the same network.

      If you wanted to access device C from device B running Netbird you could also use the routing feature to route traffic as if you were on the local network. You also can use the VPN feature if you want to get the same experience as if you were at home.