2.2. - Setting up a Virtual Endpoint
When you already have your VPN server up and running, you will need to create endpoints for devices you will connect to your VPN.
Dedicated Syntropy Windows and macOS applications are on their way, but we are proposing a universal solution for the time being. This way, you will be able to connect any device capable of configuring a Wireguard connection!
Get your agent token
Navigate to the user section in the upper right of the screen and click on Agent tokens.
Create an Agent token by setting its name and the expiration date. Remember that after the expiration date passes - your token becomes invalid. For anything else than testing - please select an adequate time period in advance.
Make sure you save your agent token as it won't be displayed again!
Find more information about agent tokens here.
Create a Virtual endpoint
You will need to create a Virtual endpoint for every end device you intend to use. You can think of it as a placeholder for a connection.
- Click on an Add Endpoints button.
- Select Virtual.
- Name your endpoint.
- Insert a valid Agent token. You should have already created one in a previous step. If not - click on a 'Generate Agent token' button to generate it.
You can now find your Virtual endpoint in the Endpoints table. You should set up separate Virtual endpoints for every device you intend to connect to your VPN network.
Updated 20 days ago