The ZeroTier network hypervisor is a self-contained network virtualization engine that implements an Ethernet virtualization layer similar to VXLAN built atop a cryptographically secure global peer to peer network. It provides advanced network virtualization and management capabilities on par with an enterprise SDN switch, but across both local and wide area networks and connecting almost any kind of app or device.
MikroTik has added ZeroTier to RouterOS v7rc2 as a separate package for ARM architecture.
[normis@Home] /zerotier>enable zt1
[normis@Home] /zerotier/interface> add network=YYYYYYYYY instance=zt1
[normis@Home] /zerotier> add action=accept chain=forward in-interface=zerotier1 place-before=0
[normis@Home] /zerotier> add action=accept chain=input in-interface=zerotier1 place-before=0
Tip: You should specify routes to specific internal subnets in the zerotier console, to make sure you can access those networks when connecting from other devices.
General configuration in the /zerotier menu.
Networks are configured in the /zerotier/interface menu.