Ngrok alternative (TCP for the most part) for remote SSH

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  • Bitsii

    Of course - first you install Bitsii Bridge. If your network is a "residential ISP" style arrangement and you have UPnP enabled on your home router and it has a public IP "on the outside" you are good to go at that point from the network perspective. If not you can also setup a bridge instance on a vps (including a free google cloud instance) and the Bridge can expose ssh via an ssh tunnel on the vps which will tie back to your local ssh instance. Once you have the bridge setup you can tell it to forward a port into your ssh service (or other services)

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  • localtunnel

    expose yourself

    Just wondering if there is any ngrok alternative, selfhosted or not, that can be used to SSH into machine that is behind a firewall or NAT. Ngrok currently allows you to forward port 22 which allows you to ssh in with the public ngrok url but the sessions only persist for 8 hours at one time. Using a VPN to connect to my target machine is not too optimal in my case. Other alternatives like localtunnel.me is pretty cool but it doesn't allow tcp connections like ngrok and I think serveo.net is offline now.

  • inlets-archived

    Discontinued Cloud Native Tunnel

  • sish

    HTTP(S)/WS(S)/TCP Tunnels to localhost using only SSH.

    Also check https://github.com/antoniomika/sish

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