Setting up Tailscale on CentOS 7
Packages are available for x86 and ARM CPUs, in both 32-bit and 64-bit variants.
Install the Yum repository manager
sudo yum install yum-utils
Add the Tailscale repository and install Tailscale
sudo yum-config-manager --add-repo https://pkgs.tailscale.com/stable/centos/7/tailscale.repo sudo yum install tailscale
systemctlto enable and start the service
sudo systemctl enable --now tailscaled
Authenticate and connect your machine to your Tailscale network
sudo tailscale up
You’re connected! You can find your Tailscale IPv4 address by running:
tailscale ip -4
If the device you added is a server or remotely-accessed device, you may want to consider disabling key expiry to prevent the need to periodically re-authenticate.
To try upcoming Tailscale features, you can also install Tailscale from the unstable track. However, as the name suggests, you should expect more bugs and unfinished features on that track.