NetBird - Open Source P2P overlay network with WireGuard, WebRTC, SSO, blackjack, and Zero Trust

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  • netbird

    Connect your devices into a single secure private WireGuard®-based mesh network with SSO/MFA and simple access controls.

    And, lastly. We would like to ask for some help on this journey. If you are excited about what we are doing and would like to contribute, feel free to ping us on Slack or follow us on Twitter. If you are a person of immediate action, you could clone our repo and start coding right away :))

  • Nebula

    A scalable overlay networking tool with a focus on performance, simplicity and security

    How does this differ from Nebula?

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  • WireGuardMeshes

    A text repo to feature-track all the WireGuard mesh software

  • dashboard

    NetBird Management Service Web UI Panel (by netbirdio)

  • Blackjack

    Multiplayer Blackjack card game server and client (by jordansegalman)

    Don't be, you still able to run your own blackjack gaming server (https://github.com/jordansegalman/Blackjack) safely using NetBird

  • coturn

    coturn TURN server project

    NetBird and Netmaker are similar in their capabilities and mesh offering, the same goes for Tailscale, but if we compare technical implementations, Netbird relies on the ICE and STUN protocols to discover the best path for p2p connectivity between peers. These are open WebRTC protocols with battle-tested software around them. Similarly, we use TURN for securely relaying traffic, when a p2p connection isn't possible (hard NAT). This protocol also comes from the WebRTC world and has stable and popular implementations like Coturn.

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