- May 2, 2006
What would be the best VPN (ideally opensource / free) to host on this VPS
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Wireguard. There are a few tutorials, but haven't managed to fix it yet.What would be the best VPN (ideally opensource / free) to host on this VPS
Tried it a while back. Didn't seem to work.Anyone know if we can install Xrdp on this instance and if so how
Nobody said anything about stopping payments or paying $1000 in fees.Why would you want to use a VCC?
The "$1000" payment would still go off, it doesn't matter if you use your credit card or VCC.
I understand if they got hacked or leaked credit card details. But using a VCC will not stop any payments?
Also, if you consider using a VPN on this for streaming, most of the IP ranges has been blocked.
Nobody said anything about stopping payments or paying $1000 in fees.
As said in the first post. It's a temporary charge of 1euro to verify the account.
You ONLY pay if you choose to upgrade. You cannot be charged otherwise.
The VPS does support VPN, so your comment about blocked IP ranges doesn't make any sense. This is a Virtual Server. You decide what it can or can not do.
@|tera| @willsotakuDid you use the VCN wizard?
If not, you had to do it before creating the instance.
You also need to make sure you create an Internet Compatible VCN.
Afterwards you need to create the rules: ingress/egress.
Then you have to use Ubuntu to open your ports according to the rules.
Challenge acceptedQuite cool that you can have up to 4 ARM instances on the free tier with total of 24GB RAM - that's enough for a Docker Swarm or k8s cluster to play around with.
Just add the destination port when making a rule. Not a source port.@|tera| @willsotaku
Please will you share examples of the ingress/egress rules you used to get working. I'm trying to get a wireguard server running but client just won't handshake with the server.
I've always had a bit of a blind spot with firewall rules and I've been banging my head against it for about a day now! Ingress rules for SSH and ping work OK so not sure where I have gone wrong
I mainly used these tutorials for the set up:
Any tips will be appreciated.
EDIT: i enabled UFW logs on the server and I can see the Wireguard client making connections so the VCN ingress rule must be OK.
Just add the destination port when making a rule. Not a source port.
You also need to open it on the Public subnet only.
UFW needs to be enabled. Make sure it is upon restart of the Server. If you have to manually enable it, you need to resolve that first.