This quick start guide describes how to install Husarnet VPN Client software on your computers running Linux and how to configure a network using Husarnet Dashboard in few easy steps.
Log in to Husarnet Dashboard, click [Create network] button, name your network and click [Create] button.
Click [Add element] button, select [join code] tab and copy your join code which looks something like this:
Open Linux terminal on devices you want to connect and type:
curl https://install.husarnet.com/install.sh | sudo bash
After installation process is finished, execute the following command:
sudo systemctl restart husarnet
Type in the Linux terminal:
sudo husarnet join fc94:...:932a/XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX mylaptop
fc94:...:932a/XX...X is a join code from point II and
mylaptop is an easy to remember hostname you want to associate with your device. After a while you should see your device with “online” status at Husarnet Dashboard
Do points III and IV on other devices you want to connect. If you would like to ping one device from another just type:
To ssh to other devices within Husarnet network you can use their hostnames as well:
That's all. Installing and using Husarnet Client is very simple. It just works in background on the level of your operating system. Your Husarnet connected devices see each other like they were in the same LAN network.
Just be aware that the servers and client you are using must support IPv6 (as Husarnet is an IPv6 overlay network) - for example, you have to listen on "::", not "0.0.0.0".