Add machines to your NetBird network
Whether you have a network for personal use or manage your company's corporate network, you'd probably want to add machines (or peers in NetBird's terms) to your network.
NetBird peer is a machine that runs the NetBird agent and is connected to the network. NetBird peer can be a virtual machine running in the cloud like AWS or Google Cloud, an Android or iOS device, a personal laptop, a single-board computer like Raspberry Pi, a docker container, or even a router.
Use NetBird web UI to add new peers
To add a new peer to your network follow these steps:
- Sign-in you NetBird account at https://app.netbird.io/ and go to the Peers tab.
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- Follow the instructions
- Refresh the Peers tab, and it will display new machines
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