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README.md

wireguard-ui

A web user interface to manage your WireGuard setup.

Features

  • Friendly UI
  • Authentication
  • Manage extra client's information (name, email, etc)
  • Retrieve configs using QR code / file

Run WireGuard-UI

Default username and password are admin.

Using binary file

Download the binary file from the release and run it with command:

./wireguard-ui

Using docker compose

You can take a look at this example of docker-compose.yml. Please adjust volume mount points to work with your setup. Then run it like below:

docker-compose up

Note:

  • There is a Status option that needs docker to be able to access the network of the host in order to read the wireguard interface stats. See the cap_add and network_mode options on the docker-compose.yaml
  • Because the network_mode is set to host, we don't need to specify the exposed ports. The app will listen on port 5000 by default.

Environment Variables

Variable Description
SESSION_SECRET Used to encrypt the session cookies. Set this to a random value.
WGUI_USERNAME The username for the login page. (default admin)
WGUI_PASSWORD The password for the user on the login page. (default admin)
WGUI_ENDPOINT_ADDRESS The default endpoint address used in global settings. (default is your public IP address)
WGUI_DNS The default DNS servers (comma-separated-list) used in the global settings. (default 1.1.1.1)
WGUI_MTU The default MTU used in global settings. (default 1450)
WGUI_PERSISTENT_KEEPALIVE The default persistent keepalive for WireGuard in global settings. (default 15)
WGUI_FORWARD_MARK The default WireGuard forward mark. (default 0xca6c)
WGUI_CONFIG_FILE_PATH The default WireGuard config file path used in global settings. (default /etc/wireguard/wg0.conf)
BASE_PATH Set this variable if you run wireguard-ui under a subpath of your reverse proxy virtual host (e.g. /wireguard))

Defaults for server configuration

These environment variables are used to control the default server settings used when initializing the database.

Variable Description
WGUI_SERVER_INTERFACE_ADDRESSES The default interface addresses (comma-separated-list) for the WireGuard server configuration. (default 10.252.1.0/24)
WGUI_SERVER_LISTEN_PORT The default server listen port. (default 51820)
WGUI_SERVER_POST_UP_SCRIPT The default server post-up script.
WGUI_SERVER_POST_DOWN_SCRIPT The default server post-down script.

Defaults for new clients

These environment variables are used to set the defaults used in New Client dialog.

Variable Description
WGUI_DEFAULT_CLIENT_ALLOWED_IPS Comma-separated-list of CIDRs for the Allowed IPs field. (default 0.0.0.0/0)
WGUI_DEFAULT_CLIENT_EXTRA_ALLOWED_IPS Comma-separated-list of CIDRs for the Extra Allowed IPs field. (default empty)
WGUI_DEFAULT_CLIENT_USE_SERVER_DNS Boolean value [0, f, F, false, False, FALSE, 1, t, T, true, True, TRUE] (default true)
WGUI_DEFAULT_CLIENT_ENABLE_AFTER_CREATION Boolean value [0, f, F, false, False, FALSE, 1, t, T, true, True, TRUE] (default true)

Email configuration

To use custom wg.conf template set the WG_CONF_TEMPLATE environment variable to a path to such file. Make sure wireguard-ui will be able to work with it - use default template for reference.

In order to sent the wireguard configuration to clients via email, set the following environment variables:

  • using SendGrid API
SENDGRID_API_KEY: Your sendgrid api key
EMAIL_FROM_ADDRESS: the email address you registered on sendgrid
EMAIL_FROM_NAME: the sender's email address
  • using SMTP
SMTP_HOSTNAME: The SMTP ip address or hostname
SMTP_PORT: the SMTP port
SMTP_USERNAME: the SMTP username to authenticate
SMTP_PASSWORD: the SMTP user password
SMTP_AUTH_TYPE: the authentication type. Possible values: PLAIN, LOGIN, NONE
EMAIL_FROM_ADDRESS: the sender's email address
EMAIL_FROM_NAME: the sender's name

Auto restart WireGuard daemon

WireGuard-UI only takes care of configuration generation. You can use systemd to watch for the changes and restart the service. Following is an example:

systemd

Create /etc/systemd/system/wgui.service

[Unit]
Description=Restart WireGuard
After=network.target

[Service]
Type=oneshot
ExecStart=/usr/bin/systemctl restart wg-quick@wg0.service

[Install]
RequiredBy=wgui.path

Create /etc/systemd/system/wgui.path

[Unit]
Description=Watch /etc/wireguard/wg0.conf for changes

[Path]
PathModified=/etc/wireguard/wg0.conf

[Install]
WantedBy=multi-user.target

Apply it

systemctl enable wgui.{path,service}
systemctl start wgui.{path,service}

openrc

Create and chmod +x /usr/local/bin/wgui

#!/bin/sh
wg-quick down wg0
wg-quick up wg0

Create and chmod +x /etc/init.d/wgui

#!/sbin/openrc-run

command=/sbin/inotifyd
command_args="/usr/local/bin/wgui /etc/wireguard/wg0.conf:w"
pidfile=/run/${RC_SVCNAME}.pid
command_background=yes

Apply it

rc-service wgui start
rc-update add wgui default

Build

Build docker image

Go to the project root directory and run the following command:

docker build -t wireguard-ui .

Build binary file

Prepare the assets directory

./prepare_assets.sh

Then you can embed resources by generating Go source code

rice embed-go
go build -o wireguard-ui

Or, append resources to executable as zip file

go build -o wireguard-ui
rice append --exec wireguard-ui

Screenshot

wireguard-ui

License

MIT. See LICENSE.

Support

If you like the project and want to support it, you can buy me a coffee

Buy Me A Coffee