We are excited to announce the release of PUQVPNCP version 1.8, bringing significant enhancements and bug fixes to make your VPN management experience even more seamless. PUQVPNCP is a powerful software product built in GO language, available as a deb package for both Debian and Ubuntu, designed to simplify the administration of WireGuard and IKEv2 servers and clients.
Here's what's new in version 1.8:
- IPv4 Public IP Support for Clients:
In this latest release, PUQVPNCP introduces support for IPv4 public IP addresses for clients. This addition offers compatibility for your network, allowing clients to utilize IPv4 addresses for seamless connectivity.
- Option to Disable NAT on the WireGuard Interface:
We understand that network configurations can vary, and sometimes, you need to have more control over your setup. That's why we've added the option to disable NAT (Network Address Translation) on the WireGuard interface. This feature allows you to customize your network configuration according to your specific requirements.
- Bug Fixes:
We've also worked diligently to resolve issues related to firewall rules. Our development team has tackled these bugs to ensure that your VPN management remains smooth and hassle-free.
Upgrade to PUQVPNCP version 1.8 today to leverage these new features and experience improved network management and security.
Please keep in mind the minimum technical requirements for PUQVPNCP: you will need a virtual machine or physical server running Debian 11+ or Ubuntu 20+, with at least 1 CPU core, 1GB of RAM, and internet access via a real, public IP address on the server interface.
Enjoy a more robust and versatile VPN management experience with PUQVPNCP version 1.8. Upgrade now to take full advantage of these enhancements and bug fixes.