Linux-specific guides

Linux

Wormhole Network uses SoftEther's VPN client because it's considered secure and it runs on multiple operating systems, including Linux. On this section we will guide you on a few easy steps to get your Linux box connected to your secure private network.

Connecting your Linux box to Wormhole

  • Get ready

    Download both your VPN config (.vpn file) and linuxconfig files to your Linux box and place them in the same directory.

    Make sure you have GCC and MAKE installed on your system.

  • Download and run the auto-installation script

    From the same directory where you put your files:

    # wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pjperez/WormholeTools/master/linuxclient.sh

    # chmod +x linuxclient.sh ; ./linuxclient.sh

    Elevated permissions are needed to create the virtual interface.

  • That's it!

    You will be prompted for your password and you will be connected to your secure private network, thus receiving an IP address from our DHCP server. Now just add more machines to the same secure private network and test the connectivity between them.

Windows-specific guides

Microsoft Windows

Wormhole Network uses SoftEther's VPN client because it's considered secure and it runs on multiple operating systems, including Windows. On this section we will guide you through the installation of the client and the connection to your secure virtual network.

REST API Documentation

Wormhole Network's API

Wormhole Network provides a REST API on https://wormhole.network/api/
We have made available a Python client library as an example on how to use our API.

You can find the latest version of our API documentation on Github.