I setup for the forst time ddns, I would like to use it with wireguard to remote access.
first, I would like to know if my ddns seems to be ok, btw, I try to use my new ddns address to acces my router, and it does not work, rfc1918 error.
here my config
root@OpenWrt:~# uci show ddns
That would certainly constitute an error since RFC1918 addresses are not publicly routable.
So the error you are getting suggests that the WAN has an RFC1918 address. Is that true? Is this device sitting behind another router?
What do you see for your WAN IP as reported by OpenWrt (via
ip commands on the CLI, or on the LuCI web interface
Status > Overview > Network > IPv4 upstream? Is it an RFC1918 address? If in doubt, post it here (just the octets in bold: aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd)
thanks, my router is behind a modem.
I see my public ip from my isp
Protocol: DHCP client
DNS 1: 192.168.1.1
Is this a modem only, or a modem + router?
How do you see this? On the OpenWrt's WAN? or is it via some other method?
overview, ip4 upstream, I mean I see the ip that I can see on https://www.dnsleaktest.com/
my hardware is a gateway but the wifi is deactivated from isp, bridge mode
Are you trying from a device connected to your network? Or from an external connection?
I tried from my smartphone via wifi and tried without wifi.
Maybe I need to uncheck in uhttpd?
Or open something in firewall or traffic rules..
option rfc1918_filter '1'
to value 0, that worked for me.
Yes but it.is there to protect, not sure it is good,no ?
Since you are accesing via VPN from local subnet is the same as using 192.168.1.1 from LAN connected via cable, of course, If the VPN îs secured as well. Opening remote acces directly on WAN isn't safe, since you are doing it through a VPN there's no problem.
For now, wg is not yet ready, I have some problems
I am also using wireguard, what problems do you have? RFC1918 is solved and SAFE If u use that setting, I am also using it.