Address resolution of Resources is performed from the Connector(s) on the Remote network that a particular Resource is associated with. This means that both local IP addresses and local (private) DNS names will resolve for remote users connected to Twingate.
For example, an Connector on the
192.168.0.0/24 subnet will allow resolution of a Resource with the address
192.168.0.15. When a user authorized to access this Resource is connected to Twingate, they access it by connecting to
192.168.0.15 on their local device, as if they were a member of the remote subnet.
Updated 8 months ago