Simple way of peering two nodes. Only one needs the address and port. Both can be defined. But when one is behind a firewall or nat. That would be the one which has only the public key and address. Because that side initiates the connection.
wg set wg0 peer [PEER PUBLICKEY] allowed-ips 10.0.0.2/32 endpoint 22.214.171.124:58842
wg set wg0 peer [PEER PUBLICKEY] allowed-ips 10.0.0.1/32 persistent-keepalive 25
how to setup wireguard connection.
These are just example commands.
when the machine has no wireguard config yet. You first have to create its own config
generate the keys
cd /etc/wireguard/ && wg genkey | tee privatekey | wg pubkey > publickey && chmod 600 privatekey
Create a wg0.conf and add privatekey to it.
Address = 10.0.0.257/32
SaveConfig = true
ListenPort = 58842
Start the wireguard interface
wg-quick up wg0
Add peer Server2 on Server1
wg set wg0 peer Y0St1w+XuUimvf9mUNgtiMTiYkPoFbj2Eztsg/QEk= allowed-ips 10.0.0.257/32 endpoint 126.96.36.199:58842 persistent-keepalive 25
Add peer Server1 on Server2
wg set wg0 peer dQc1A++IqK6jZbR70VyWKl7D1dzrmyOSuV6GxSY= allowed-ips 10.0.0.258/32
Removing a peer from the commandline
wg set wg0 peer [PEER PUBLICKEY] remove