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    Default Dynamic WAN configuration - Dynamic DNS

    I reviewed the threads and couldn't find a solution. I'm considering the Home License that includes Wireguard. How do you configure Wireguard when you don't have a static IP? I'm currently using PIVPN on RaspBerry pi which enables you to configure with your No-IP dynamic DNS name and run the NO-IP client on your raspberry pi to keep the address in sync. I would prefer an integrated solution since I require two wans due to where I live. I would love to have failover capability an integrated solution would offer.

    Goal Untangle act as Server for remote access clients would be iPad, iOS and MacBook Air.

    Thank you!

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    Master Untangler TirsoJRP's Avatar
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    Just edit the config and change the hostname to your dynamic dns.

    WireGuard client is limited to a single hostname/ip. You need to get creative to achieve load balancing or fault tolerance. OpenVPN is far more flexible on this scenario.

    Currently, UT doesn't support per wan dynamic dns. I let my routers handle it. Not ideal, but my ISP is ridiculously restrictive. You can create an additional ddclient.conf and run it from a cron job.

    Sample ddclient.conf (have not used this in years)

    Code:
    ## Auto Generated on 2014-10-06 22:46:40.449814
    ## DO NOT EDIT. Changes will be overwritten.
    
    
    pid=/var/run/ddclient.pid
    
    use=cmd
    cmd='curl --interface eth1 -s icanhazip.com'
    protocol=dyndns2
    login=username
    password=############
    server=dynupdate.no-ip.com domain0.noip.net
    
    use=cmd
    cmd='curl --interface eth2 -s icanhazip.com'
    protocol=dyndns2
    login=username
    password=############
    server=dynupdate.no-ip.com domain1.noip.org
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    Thank you!

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