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Monday, November 13th, 2023 4:24 AM

VPN Server Port Forwarding

I have a BGW320 router in my home. I want to set up a vpn server in my home using wireguard to use remotely on a travel router. I tried to do port forwarding but the server is not connecting to the client. How do I fix this? Do I have a public IP address or not? 

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3 months ago

Hello@Girlygirl89, thanks for contacting AT&T Community and Forums. Let's get the help you need.

 

To set up a VPN server on your BGW320 router, you will need to follow these steps:

First, you will need to install WireGuard on your router. You can do this by downloading the WireGuard configuration file from and uploading it to your router’s web interface. You can find detailed instructions on how to do this in Next, you will need to configure your router’s firewall settings to allow VPN http://sm.att.com/dada1a8b can do this by going to > [WireGuard Server] > enable and click [WireGuard® VPN] > click add button. Then, enter the following information:

  • Name: A name for your VPN server, such as “MyVPN”.
  • Type: “Wire Guard”.
  • Description: A brief description of your VPN server, such as “My home VPN server”.
  • Allowed IPs: The IP addresses or ranges that are allowed to connect to your VPN server, such as “http://sm.att.com/ff69ce54;.
  • Allowed Protocols: The protocols that are allowed to connect to your VPN server, such as “UDP”.
  • Allowed Ports: The ports that are allowed to connect to your VPN server, such as “51820”.
  • Allowed Users: The users or groups that are allowed to connect to your VPN server, such as “Everyone”.
  • Allowed Networks: The networks that are allowed to connect to your VPN server, such as “http://sm.att.com/9ed62fe7;.
  • Allowed Countries: The countries that are allowed to connect to your VPN server, such as “http://sm.att.com/9ed62fe7;.
  • Allowed Cities: The cities that are allowed to connect to your VPN server, such as “http://sm.att.com/9ed62fe7;.
  • Allowed Latitudes: The latitudes that are allowed to connect to your VPN server, such as “-90.0/-180.0”.
  • Allowed Longitudes: The longitudes that are allowed to connect to your VPN server, such as “-180/-270”.
  • Finally, you will need to enable and start the WireGuard service on your router. You can do this by going back to the WireGuard page and clicking the green button next to the service

To check if your VPN server is working properly, you can use a tool like or from another device on the same network or from outside the network.

 

Let us know if, this information helps!

 

Fiona Q - AT&T Community Specialist.

 

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