WireGuard® automation from homelab to enterprise
Get Started in 5 Minutes
(For production-grade installations, visit the Install Docs.)
- Get a cloud VM with Ubuntu 22.04 and a public IP.
- Open ports 443, 80, and 51821-51830/udp on the VM firewall and in cloud security settings.
- (optional) Prepare DNS - Set a wildcard subdomain in your DNS for Netmaker, e.g. *.netmaker.example.com
- Run the script:
sudo wget -qO /root/nm-quick-interactive.sh https://raw.githubusercontent.com/gravitl/netmaker/master/scripts/nm-quick-interactive.sh && sudo chmod +x /root/nm-quick-interactive.sh && sudo /root/nm-quick-interactive.sh
This script gives you the option to deploy the Community or Enterprise version of Netmaker. If deploying Enterprise, you get a free account with a 50 node limit by default. It also gives you the option to use your own domain (recommended) or an auto-generated domain.
After installing Netmaker, check out the Walkthrough and Getting Started guides to learn more about configuring networks. Or, check out some of our other Tutorials for different use cases, including Kubernetes.
Why Netmaker + WireGuard?
Netmaker automates virtual networks between data centers, clouds, and edge devices, so you don't have to.
Kernel WireGuard offers maximum speed, performance, and security.
Netmaker is built to scale from the small business to the enterprise.
Netmaker with WireGuard can be highly customized for peer-to-peer, site-to-site, Kubernetes, and more.
WireGuard is a registered trademark of Jason A. Donenfeld.
Netmaker's source code and all artifacts in this repository are freely available. All versions are published under the Server Side Public License (SSPL), version 1, which can be found here: LICENSE.txt.