I have 2 GL. iNet AXT1800 they have ZeroTier software in it so I’m trying to set up one as a VPN Server and the other one as a client so I can access my home IP address when traveling.
I already enabled ZeroTier and allowed remote access to WAN but I guess I’m kind of stuck on how do I actually connect to it using the travel router.
@Boilerplate4U I’ve seen you have help some people with similar situations. Can you help me with this?
You might have already figured it out, but you have a couple ways.
- Create a default route inside of the ZeroTier Manage Routes. You’d have 0.0.0.0/0 as the destination, and the ZT IP of your GL.iNet Box that’s your VPN Server under the “via” section. You would then need to run this command on your client box: “zerotier-cli set allowDefault=
- Add the default inside of the GL.iNet box itself to the IP of the GL.iNet box that is your VPN Server. With this you won’t have to run the “zerotier-cli” command. Because the next-hop for the route is your ZT network, the route shouldn’t be present when you disable ZT. You can do 2 routes if you don’t want to mess with static route metrics: 0.0.0.0/1, 126.96.36.199/1.
I’ll try this right now. Do you think I can message you privately or something. I’d really appreciate it, I need to get this done ASAP.
Yeah, feel free. We can talk on Discord as well if you have that.
Thank you again, I really appreciate it.
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