As of this writing, Torguard’s desktop app still doesn’t support Wireguard out of the box. I’m using Ubuntu 19.10 for testing.
If you haven’t installed Wireguard yet, you can refer to the installation instructions here. In my case, it was:
Next, you need to login to your Torguard client area, go to Tools –> Enable Wireguard Access. Select a location (in my case, I chose Asia-Singapore2) then click ‘Enable Wireguard’. You will be presented with an option to download the generated config file (in my case Asia-Singapore2.conf). Download it and save it to /etc/wireguard/.
To enable the VPN connection, run:
Finally, to disconnect, run:
If you have any questions or feedback, please reach out @flowerinthenyt.
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