The Mullvad VPN app makes it easy to use WireGuard.
If you prefer to use the WireGuard app or OpenVPN client, download configuration files (requires login).
Make sure the kernels and kernel headers that you are running match those from when you installed the WireGuard packages. If not, then upgrade them.
Try rebooting to see if the kernel module loads correctly: in a terminal, issue
sudo modprobe wireguard && lsmod | grep -i wireguard.
Try installing and compiling the WireGuard source. Distribution packages sometimes don’t set things up correctly.
This can happen if you set a MTU that is lower than 1280 in the WireGuard configuration file, make sure it is not set to lower than 1280 and then try again.
Manage your WireGuard keys on our website (requires login) and remove a WireGuard key that you are not using.
Simple steps for using WireGuard in the Mullvad app.
An FAQ about why we recommend the WireGuard VPN protocol.
A CLI-based guide with terminal commands for using WireGuard.
How to connect to Mullvad’s WireGuard servers on Android.
How to connect to Mullvad’s WireGuard servers on iOS (iPhone).
How to connect to Mullvad’s WireGuard servers on Windows.
How to connect to Mullvad’s WireGuard servers on macOS.
This advanced terminal-only Linux guide will teach you how to use the WireGuard protocol to connect to Mullvad.
This simplified guide will teach you how to use the WireGuard protocol to connect to Mullvad using Linux.
Learn how to run WireGuard on a router.
For macOS users who want to use the WireGuard protocol to connect to Mullvad but are unable to use the WireGuard app that requires macOS version 10.14 or newer.
Multihop with WireGuard
WireGuard and SOCKS5 proxy
How to use WireGuard with Mullvad on Qubes OS
This is a guide on how to set up pfSense to use WireGuard.
This guide explains how to use our WireGuard servers that run entirely from RAM. The following WireGuard servers have no disks in use, and are booted with our own STBoot bootloader.