WireGuard Manual setup for Windows 10

To use WireGuard on Windows, we recommend downloading IVPN's Windows client, which supports the protocol. Please follow the steps below if you would prefer to use the official WireGuard for Windows app instead:
  1. Download and install the WireGuard installer from the official WireGuard website.

  2. Launch the WireGuard application and click the down arrow beside the Add Tunnel button and click Add empty tunnel....

  3. Give the new tunnel a Name with alphanumeric characters only (no spaces or punctuation) and add the following text below the PrivateKey entry in the new tunnel window.

    Address = 
    DNS = 
    PublicKey = 
    Endpoint = 
    AllowedIPs = 
    Warning: Keep the PrivateKey a closely guarded secret, do not share it with anyone, and do not post it on the Internet.
  4. Copy the Public key and go to the Client Area on the IVPN website to add the generated public key to the Key Management area. Make note of the IP addresses we assign to your public key. Beside the Address line in the new tunnel window, put a space after the = sign, enter the IPv4 and IPv6 IP addresses we have assigned separated with a comma and ending with /32 & /128 respectively.

  5. Beside Endpoint in the [Peer] section, put a space after the = sign, enter an IVPN WireGuard server hostname (available on the Server Status page), and choose a port:

    udp 2049
    udp 2050
    udp 53
    udp 30587
    udp 41893
    udp 48574
    udp 58237
  6. Beside PublicKey in the [Peer] section, put a space after the = sign, and enter an IVPN WireGuard server public key (available on the Server Status page).

  7. Choose whether or not you prefer to use the kill-switch feature by leaving or removing the check mark at the bottom of the new tunnel window and click the Save button.

    Note: You are welcome to use whichever server you prefer. The Endpoint and PublicKey in the example above are specific to our server in Switzerland.
  8. Click the Activate button to establish the connection.

  9. Check https://www.dnsleaktest.com to verify the IP address your traffic is coming from (and that there are no leaks).

  10. Click Deactivate to end the connection.

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