Any plans to support Wireguard VPN?

Suggestions/comments/criticisms are welcome here

noobian

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Post by noobian » Mon Jun 08, 2020 4:37 pm
Yes please add wireguard support

elnin0

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Post by elnin0 » Mon Jun 08, 2020 9:24 pm
longtime viscosity user witching its server OpenVPN -> Wireguard.

Please add Wireguard support!
Just registered to this forum to ask for supporting this protocol

jonf1

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Post by jonf1 » Mon Jun 15, 2020 12:22 am
Just adding a "me too" onto this. Long time multi license Viscosity user with OpenVPN, but I would love to retain the Viscosity client functionality with wireguard as the transport. Paid upgrade or separate ViscosityWG Sparklabs product wouldn't be a problem.

oscarHM

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Post by oscarHM » Tue Jun 16, 2020 1:25 am
+1

foobar

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Post by foobar » Fri Jul 03, 2020 9:00 am
So sad. I decided to ditch OpenVPN only to find out Viscosity does not support Wireguard. Looks like I'll have to ditch my favorite VPN client.

steve23094

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Post by steve23094 » Tue Jan 12, 2021 9:06 pm
At this point there is no reason not to support it and every reason to do so.

Wireguard's performance is far superior to OpenVPN.

mfelden

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Post by mfelden » Thu Mar 25, 2021 7:49 pm
+1.

Some thoughts:

Love Viscosity. Love WireGuard.

But saying OpenVPN is dead is not accurate. There are things WireGuard does not currently do out of the box. Logging, MFA and SSO for example. You cannot have an LDAP or RADIUS Server with user accounts and then point a dozen WG servers to it and say "these users/groups can connect to this WireGuard instance".

OpenVPN 2.5.0 now also has the ChaCha20-POLY1305 data cipher meaning the performance can be similar to that of WireGuard on devices without AES-NI like some mobiles, raspberry pi etc.

The tradeoff is that OpenVPN is quite convoluted legacy stuff where WireGuard is lean and mean modern day tech. And the statelessness of WireGuard is epic on mobile devices. No more 1 -2 minutes of "ping-timeout, reconnect super tedious handshake with data leaking unless you have a kill switch" every time you step out of an elevator / switch from LTE to WiFi.

For straight-forward site-site tunnels and for any mobile clients I love me some WireGuard but enterprise hub and spoke setups, i.e. where Viscosity is probably used quite a lot, OpenVPN is going to be with us for a while yet. Just waiting for Viscosity to support OpenVPN 2.5.0 so I can test ChaCha20-POLY1305 performance. I think it won't make much difference on my Windows machines though. They have AES-NI. I think our bottleneck is on the OpenVPN server where it only uses a single thread. WireGuard shines there, too in terms of resource efficiency.

asdffdsa6131

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Post by asdffdsa6131 » Fri Mar 26, 2021 12:11 am
please add wireguard, i use it all the time on windows with mullvad.

stevej

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Post by stevej » Sun May 16, 2021 2:58 am
Are any of the Viscosity developers reading this, or should we assume that SparkLabs doesn't have any plans to support WireGuard? We need an official statement about future intentions, and a deadline.

mstroiu

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Post by mstroiu » Wed Jun 23, 2021 5:57 pm
+1
Any news on the Wireguard implemention? :mrgreen:
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