Zero config VPN to access your Umbrel from anywhere
Tailscale is zero config VPN that creates a secure network between your Umbrel and your other devices. Even when separated by firewalls or subnets, Tailscale just works. Tailscale will assign your Umbrel a stable IP and an auto-assigned domain that stays consistent, no matter what network your Umbrel is connected to. It’s like a local network that works everywhere. Tailscale builds on top of WireGuard®’s Noise protocol encryption, a peer-reviewed and trusted standard.
This release updates Tailscale from v1.48.1 to v1.52.0 which includes: v1.50.0 - tailscale ping now sends an ICMP Ping code of 0. - UPnP falls back to a permanent lease if a limited lease fails, some servers only support permanent. - Adds support for Wikimedia DNS using DNS-over-HTTPS. - Unhide tailscale update CLI command on most platforms. - tailscale web updated to use React and be more awesome. - Add --log-http option to tailscale debug portmap. - tailscale netcheck now works even if the OS platform lacks CA certificates. v1.52.0 - tailscale cert command renews in the background. The current certificate only displays if it has expired. - tailscale status command displays a message about client updates when newer versions are available - tailscale up command displays a message about client updates when newer versions are available - Taildrop now resumes file transfers after partial transfers are interrupted - Taildrop prevents file duplication - Taildrop detects conflicting file transfers and only proceeds with one transfer - Wake on LAN (WoL) is now supported for peer node wake-ups - TCP DNS queries are speculatively started if UDP hasn’t responded quickly enough - Truncated UDP DNS results are properly retried using TCP - Go is updated to version 1.21.3 Full release notes and detailed information is available at https://github.com/tailscale/tailscale/releases