After the installation of wireguard on two servers i shut down the secondary server and after 4h i did the wg command:
With the "ip addr" command there is nothing really interesting:root@zerberus:~# wg interface: wg0 public key: XXX= private key: (hidden) listening port: 46932 peer: YYY= endpoint: 192.168.178.54:35891 allowed ips: 10.0.0.2/32 latest handshake: 4 hours, 19 minutes, 2 seconds ago transfer: 348 B received, 436 B sent
Just to get some information about the "wg" command:root@zerberus:~# ip addr show wg0 5: wg0:
mtu 1420 qdisc noqueue state UNKNOWN group default qlen 1000 link/none inet 10.0.0.1/24 scope global wg0 valid_lft forever preferred_lft forever
and one more example:root@zerberus:~# wg help Usage: wg
[ ] Available subcommands: show: Shows the current configuration and device information showconf: Shows the current configuration of a given WireGuard interface, for use with `setconf' set: Change the current configuration, add peers, remove peers, or change peers setconf: Applies a configuration file to a WireGuard interface addconf: Appends a configuration file to a WireGuard interface genkey: Generates a new private key and writes it to stdout genpsk: Generates a new preshared key and writes it to stdout pubkey: Reads a private key from stdin and writes a public key to stdout You may pass `--help' to any of these subcommands to view usage.
root@zerberus:~# wg showconf wg0 [Interface] ListenPort = 46932 PrivateKey = TTT= [Peer] PublicKey = XXX= AllowedIPs = 10.0.0.2/32 Endpoint = 192.168.178.54:35891