A revolution in virtual networking.
Also called an “overlay network” or “SD-WAN”, a mesh network means direct, peer-to-peer connections between every device.
The mesh network acts as a sort of virtual, distributed LAN. All the connections are direct and secure, over a private subnet, similar to a VPC, office, or home network. And yet, the devices can be anywhere. This makes managing scattered devices and servers easier than ever.
By creating direct, peer-to-peer connections, the speed is greatly enhanced, compared to traditional VPN’s. WireGuard make it even faster, and our connections are often nearly as fast as a direct, over-the-line connection. This makes a Netmaker mesh network ideal for data-intensive and infrastructure-based workloads.
Text: The mesh network serves as a base to build up (or down) the rest of your network. You can optionally switch off mesh networking, so no devices are connected by default. You can use ACLs to customize connections, and create gateways into and out of your network.