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Project Interlink

A site-to-site VPN network made because why not?

Project Interlink was originally created to solve a problem my friend and I had,

whenever we wanted to work on/learn something, we'd have to open ports in firewalls or settle with screen share.

Project Interlink was created to create a permanent, but isolated, lab network between each of our home networks.


Project Features

Project Interlink uses the VyOS router software stack, a fork of Vyatta.

OSPF Announces the various routes each member has, see below.

WireGuard provides a constant, secure & quiet connection between the routers, as well as offering peering.

SNMP Provides real-time monitoring for the network.



Projects active on Interlink

Network 69 Active OSPF Announcer: 1.1.1.2

Network 69 (192.168.69.0/24) is my side of Interlink, the network exists on my local VyOS router, and it's routes
are announced to other peers on Interlink.

Currently, N69 has a GNS3 server.

Network 70 Active OSPF Announcer: 1.1.1.1

Network 70 (192.168.70.0/24) is owned by Will Wilson, the network exists on his VyOS router,
and it's routes are announced to other peers on Interlink.

Currently, N70 runs various web-based video streaming experiments.



Members & Router IDs

As Project Interlink uses OSPF, each member has a Router ID, the following is a list of members & their RIDs.


Nevexo - 1.1.1.2

Will Wilson - 1.1.1.1

        

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