First of all, I'm no expert in networking. That being said, a while ago I setup WireGuard with it's firewall rules for the office network in order to access the IP cameras (it's working fine). Now, I did the same for my home network but, since I didn't remember what tutorial I followed before, I just copied the same configuration from my office router. The thing is that I don't know if these firewall rules are okay to manage the VPN traffic. I suspect there's something wrong, although I can connect just fine, but I'm concerned about security. Is it possible that you could lend me a hand?
Thanks for your reply! Well, I'm not using a VPN provider, I just want to acces the IP cameras at the office. I just can't figure out the firewall part. I mean, I can copy the same configuration, but can someone please explain to me the details about it? Also, would a site-to-site VPN be more beneficial for my case?
Sorry, I did what you said before and couldn't connect to the office network. Then I used the guide from IVPN to check if that could work, but nothing. So right now the wg zone ia the same as the wan zone, and the lan zone forwards the destination packets to the wg zone. I also created a traffic rule (which is in the OpenWRT guide) like but I don't really know if that's necessary?