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Configuration / Re: [v.4 MultiSite] Where to add peers?
« on: July 06, 2017, 11:21:02 AM »
Thanks Antonie,

I'm confused now, where in control panel do you link the two? what about security in this case, do we have some sort of authentication method or encryption to prevent man-in-the-middle risk?

Ok, upgraded to v4.1 successfully (Minus the license issue for now) and can see /dev/vda4 created with the rest of free unallocated space but yet can't see the disk in control panel. is it because license was not applied?

Configuration / Re: Where do you add a peer in point-to-point setup?
« on: July 06, 2017, 10:27:05 AM »
Ok, any idea why Multisite wont show in Configure menu? that's at the KVM instance at the data center side. We did launch the instance according to minimum hardware requiements, is there any setting in shell we can alter to get the Multisite option in menu? If Multisite is not an option, how do we setup point-to-point?

Thanks a lot, on it now.

Thanks Antonie, So all we need to do just upgrade?

Configuration / [v.4 MultiSite] Where to add peers?
« on: July 05, 2017, 01:30:49 PM »
Went through all the documenation like twice at least, can't seem to find the correct way to link two wanos's in bridge mode, one barebone hardware at home and the other one in KVM instance at a data center.

Any idea?

Edit: Add v.4 to subject


Installed Wanos on KVM with 60GB SSD disk, after doing the mkfs command and formatting, the /dev/vda3 still wont show on the System Settings panel.

Any idea why?

General Discussion / Re: Home network benefit?
« on: June 30, 2017, 05:45:51 PM »
Thank you for your reply John. Will give this a try and send our feedback here soon.

General Discussion / Re: Home network benefit?
« on: June 28, 2017, 05:27:07 PM »
Sorry for the late reply,

- 20 Mbps is fine for our usage.
- Hosting will be as VPS, nowadays it's kind of affordable.

No main challenge for our home network except our location being in middle east which suffers from a lot of packet loss at peak times. Assuming our hosting uplink Wanos server will be somewhere in europe, this takes us back to the first question in this topic:-

* Will this setup (Wanos in tunnel mode) will improve our network quality?
* Will we get better throughput, latency, security, etc?


General Discussion / Re: Home network benefit?
« on: January 16, 2017, 02:27:29 PM »
Thank you for your reply. It's just the normaly average internet usage, mostly mobile smartphones and tablets used for video watching, surfing, online gaming and so. Would you recommend any hosting company for that matter? i normally use DigitalOcean and VULTS but the latter seems better in terms of network performance and scalability.

General Discussion / Home network benefit?
« on: January 15, 2017, 05:35:03 PM »
Hi, Was wondering if you could answer few questions.

- Will WANos benefit a small network like a home network with around 20 devices connected and 20mbit connection?

- I understand that you need two WANos's connected together, my aim is to have a point-to-point setup and test the whole thing for some time. My question is, Which ISO image do i need to upload to some known hosting companies like DigitalOcean or VULTR?

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