Create a secure WireGuard® mesh network between your devices, virtual machines, and servers — even when they're separated by firewalls or subnets.
Rolls out in minutes. Devices connect directly, working from any physical location or networking environment. All without poking holes in your firewall.
A frustratingly complex and brittle collection of firewalls, rules, and holes while wondering if your network is secure enough.
Connect to Tailscale with your existing identity provider.
Easily manage groups, enforce multi factor authentication, revoke access for employees who have left the organization, and more.
Navigate firewalls with NAT traversal to connect devices directly to each other, no matter what's standing between them.
Use Tailscale SSH to manage devices on your network and initiate connections between them without any additional setup or key management.
Best practices used by billion-dollar companies, made easy for teams of every size.
Hourly and daily rotations minimizes the risk of stolen keys or stale credentials.
Tailscale builds on top of WireGuard’s Noise protocol encryption, a peer-reviewed and trusted standard.
Low latency and private. None of your traffic ever touches our servers.
Logging from both ends of the connection ensures your network traffic is tamper-proof.
From security-conscious enterprises to home server hobbyists, Tailscale makes networking easy for everyone.
In a matter of about 10 minutes, I was able to give our entire engineering staff back their access to our infrastructure, and they were able to continue working.
With our old VPN, we didn’t need to worry about infrastructure, but we did spend a lot of time worrying about client-side issues for our users. With Tailscale, we do need to maintain some infrastructure, but from an engineering perspective, that’s easy compared to the chaotic client-side issues we used to deal with.
Try Tailscale out for free on your own devices.
OK yeah @Tailscale is good. This morning I got it running on my iPhone and a Linux server JUST using my phone (and Prompt by Panic) and they're now in a mesh network together.
Just got it running on my Mac too, so now it's a three-device network. Completely free, took minutes.
So I decided to reserve this morning to read up on @tailscale and get it set up on my various machines at home.
That took a hot 30 minutes and I have to find something else to do. 🤷
The beauty of @Tailscale is that they enable people to make their own personal internet, for free in most cases. It's this weird paradigm shift, since you have to actively work to make applications insecure rather than the other way around.