Install the Wireguard Package
SSH directly to your USG, and run the following commands:
curl -L https://github.com/Lochnair/vyatta-wireguard/releases/download/0.0.20190123/wireguard-ugw3-0.0.20190702-1.deb -o /tmp/wireguard.deb dpkg -i /tmp/wireguard.deb
Create the Tunnel Secrets
To keep stuff private, we will encrypt the traffic using a long password, known as a ‘Key’. To make sure this is unique, we will use a tool provided by Wireguard to make a random key for us.
cd /config/auth umask 077 mkdir wireguard cd wireguard wg genkey > wg_private.key wg pubkey < wg_private.key > wg_public.key
Configure the Tunnels
While still connected to the USG, we will now create the Interface which will be our end of the tunnel. If we consider this as a Bridge, then as we configure this interface, we will provide the address for our side and also the address of the far side.
The far side is protected from just anyone connecting to it by using another long password (key) which we need to know before we can complete this process.
In this example 192.168.33.1 is assumed to be your network, you should change these to match your network space.
# Set the USG into configuration Mode configure # We start, by creating a new Network space for our side of the VPN set interfaces wireguard wg0 address 10.192.10.2/32 # Configure the Port Wireguard will be listening with set interfaces wireguard wg0 listen-port 51820 # Allow this interface to forward the traffic over our tunnel set interfaces wireguard wg0 route-allowed-ips true # Now, we need to tell the interface the address of the far side of the bridge # And also the password to allow us connect set interfaces wireguard wg0 peer <Insert-Public-Key-Of-Peer-Here> endpoint 184.108.40.206:51820 # Now, we will tell the far side of the bridge about our network # This is to ensure that the far side lets our network get out of the tunnel # The sample only allows the IPs 192.168.33.101 to 192.168.33.106 to cross over # you can choose to let everything by using the address 0.0.0.0/0 set interfaces wireguard wg0 peer <Insert-Public-Key-Of-Peer-Here> allowed-ips 10.192.10.0/32 # Lets tell the interface where to find our long password we created earlier set interfaces wireguard wg0 private-key /config/auth/wireguard/wg_private.key # Make the changes active, save them and exit configuration mode commit save exit
Firewalls block traffic
And our tunnel is no exception, so we need to allow our new Tunnel Interface to be permitted to let the traffic flow. In this case we need to let the far side of the bridge connect back to us; after all there is no point sending traffic over if nothing can come back !
# Set the USG into configuration Mode configure # Configure the firewall set firewall name WAN_LOCAL rule 20 action accept set firewall name WAN_LOCAL rule 20 protocol udp set firewall name WAN_LOCAL rule 20 description 'WireGuard' set firewall name WAN_LOCAL rule 20 destination port 51820 # Make the changes active, save them and exit configuration mode commit save exit
Afterwards dump the
config.gateway.json and put it in the controller so it do not get overwritten
Reconfigure after an Update
Copy your backed up
/var/lib/unifi/data/sites/default on the system running the Controller (which might also be a Cloud Key).
Then through the Controller Web UI navigate to Devices, click on the USG row and then in the Properties window navigate to Config > Manage Device and click Provision.