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  • sgwatts
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    I agree - wireguard support would be fantastic. After using openvpn for quite some time, the ease of use and flexibility of wireguard is just fantastic. I very much support this idea.
  • Omnia
    Omnia Posts: 40  Freshman Member
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    +1
  • xPremiumHDx
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    Is this already integrated in the ATP? It would be very useful. +1

  • ESupport
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    Nope

    I watched the introduction of the Flex-H-Firewall and there were questions regarding wireguard and the technician in the video said they would not implement it because of security conserns because there where CVEs in the past. The only thing i could find would be https://nvd.nist.gov/vuln/detail/CVE-2023-35838 but this is for the windows-client. I really think they don't care about wireguardsupport.

  • PeterUK
    PeterUK Posts: 2,857  Guru Member
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    edited January 26
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    StrongSwanVPN should work

  • FelixSchneider
    FelixSchneider Posts: 49  Freshman Member
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    Also regarding their vulnerability track record they should be the last one's complaining…

    Remember the built-in backdoor...

    CVE-2020-29583

    So guess wireguard is not profitable, I don't blame them but it's still a bummer, and this non excuse also does not help.

    The thing is I would have upgraded solely for Wireguard...

    Have a nice day.

  • ESupport
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    But that's not wireguard. The new FlexH creates an openvpn-File for SSL-VPN which is a nice step forward but still, no wireguard. I need the always on resilience that in my opinion only wireguard delivers.