wesher - wireguard overlay mesh network manager

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wesher creates and manages an encrypted mesh overlay network across a group of nodes, using wireguard. Its main use-case is adding low-maintenance security to public-cloud networks or connecting different cloud providers.

https://github.com/costela/wesher

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