layer zero runs a tailnet in order to connect all of our devices together easily. feel free to join it using personal devices, servers, etc.
joining our tailnet basically means joining a big LAN party with all of our devices. imagine plugging your device in via ethernet at layer zero - if you would do that, consider joining the tailnet!
what is tailscale? see tailscale.com/blog/how-tailscale-works/
joining the tailnet gives you some benefits:
- access to layerzero resources at any time
- ability to transfer files within the tailnet easily
- ability to easily set up & deploy apps within the tailnet
- ability to access tailnet-only apps
first, install tailscale on ur system/server:
curl -fsSL https://tailscale.com/install.sh | sh
join the tailnet:
sudo tailscale up --login-server https://headscale.layerze.ro
the above command will prompt you to open a link in your browser. when you do, you'll see a registration command. DM that to one of our operators:
they will handle the rest!
log into elliot:
run the registration command against the
sudo headscale -n lz nodes register --key nodekey:<key>