Solved it myself, thank you
Instead of deleting the thread, it might be better if you explain what you did to fix it in case anyone else runs into the same problem
I was having problems reaching the zerotier-cli (access point waa blocking communication) so I couldn’t adjust the zerotier settings.
I was asking about whether it is possible to manually set the values without using zerotier-cli set…
The solution is simplr: for each network there are two subfiles. One for the remote setting and one for the local settings.
They are stored in /usr/lib/zerotier/network.d if my memory serves me correctly. In the local.conf you can adjust allowManaged and allowDefault.
And that was what I was looking for
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