on server

  • search for command prompt and right click to run as administrator
  • cd "C:\Program Files\tinc"
  • tinc -n vpn init master
  • tinc -n vpn add subnet 10.0.1.1
  • tinc -n vpn add address=public.domain-or-ip
  • cd tap-win64
  • addtap.bat
  • netsh interface ipv4 show interfaces locate the one thats disconnected probably Ethernet 2
  • netsh interface set interface name = "Ethernet 2" newname = "tinc"
  • netsh interface ip set address "tinc" static 10.0.1.1 255.255.255.0
  • netsh interface ipv4 show config now you should have a tinc interface with ip/subnet
  • tincd -n vpn to run tinc
  • tinc -n vpn invite client1 to invite clients

on clients

  • search for command prompt and right click to run as administrator
  • cd "C:\Program Files\tinc"
  • tinc join <invite-url>
  • tinc -n vpn add subnet 10.0.1.2
  • cd tap-win64
  • addtap.bat
  • netsh interface ipv4 show interfaces locate the one thats disconnected probably Ethernet 2
  • netsh interface set interface name = "Ethernet 2" newname = "tinc"
  • netsh interface ip set address "tinc" static 10.0.1.2 255.255.255.0
  • cd ..
  • tincd -n vpn -D -d3 to test
  • tincd -n vpn to run tinc as deamon

Test it

Master

  • ping 10.0.1.2 (after both is up!)
  • issues, disable your firewall, open port 655..

Client1

  • ping 10.0.1.1 (after both is up!)
  • issues, disable your firewall, open port 655..

Tips

  • try opening windows share \\10.0.1.1 from client1
  • try opening windows share \\10.0.1.2 from master
  • try remote desktop, ftp, etc to check if it works