About a week ago i discovered Twingate and so far - it is SUPER amazing!
Let’s say i have Network#1 and Network#2
Network#1 = 192.168.178.0/24
Network#2o = 192.168.0.0/24
Is it possible to setup Twingate in such a way that NAS_1 can access NAS_2 and other way around?
Basically all devices in Network#1 can talk with Network#2 both ways.
I don’t think that will work, unless perhaps you are able to install twingate on each of your NAS boxes and create the appropriate resources in the Twingate admin console.
You could potentially do something like this, but it would depend on the networks at both end - we have a general site-to-site connection guide here which may help point you in the right direction.
Hope that helps!
This looks like a solution for me.
well I guess I should used search in the docs, I could have swore I had seen all the various documents and how-tos already. Be interesting to set this up in place of my S2S IPSec tunnel, though I suspect the limitations may still be the firewalls themselves.
This wasn’t my problem or question but the more I use Twingate the more I move off my other solutions I’ve used ZeroTier for ever and this is way easier!