Connect with NetBird
NetBird agent automatically configures your machines distributing WireGuard public keys and assigning IPs. It manages DNS, network routes, and your firewall.
NetBird works universally on-premise and in the cloud. You can connect your EC2 instances with GCP instances without site-to-site connectors and firewall configurations.
NetBird runs on Linux, Windows, macOS, mobile phones, docker containers, Raspberry Pi, or even your router.
NetBird uses kernel WireGuard and applies advanced NAT traversal techniques with Berkley Packet Filters (BPF) to establish connections ensuring top performance.
NetBird decentralizes network traffic flow with direct peer-to-peer connections as opposed to traditional models with centralized VPN gateways that become a bottleneck.
The number of machines in the network doesn’t affect scalability and performance, thanks to the direct connections.
NetBird automatically assigns a unique domain name to each machine in your network and integrates with your private nameservers.
NetBird works with popular open-source and commercial identity providers like Google Workspace or Azure, enabling single sign-on for your team.
While you can always rely on NetBird Cloud, the platform is distributed under a permissive BSD-3 license and can be self-hosted on your servers.