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LocaltoNet is a reverse proxy that enables you to expose your localhost services to the internet.

How It Works

Localtonet works by providing users with a secure tunnel service that enables them to access their local or private network services from the internet. This is achieved through the use of a reverse proxy, which acts as an intermediary between the user's device and their local server.

Change the way you build services

Easily access any system without network complexity or delay. No need for dynamic DNS, port forwarding, or VPNs.

  • Expose localhost to the internet.
  • Connect to networks without hassle.
  • Secure and expand your services.


Any Protocol

Supports HTTP, UDP, TLS, and any TCP based protocol.

Runs Everywhere

One executable, no dependencies. Any OS, any CPU architecture.

IP Whitelisting

Allow or block access to specific IP addresses.

Instant domains

Select your own custom domain or subdomin

Load Balancing

Balance traffic across servers for scalability and fault tolerance.

Built-in File Server

Serve any local system directory.


Inspect and modify request & response

Let's Encrypt

Let's encrypt certificate for your custom domain on the fly.

Enhance Security

End-to-end encryption (E2EE) is a security protocol used by Localtonet to protect the confidentiality of user data as it travels between the user's device and the Localtonet server. With E2EE, data is encrypted at the point of origin (i.e. the user's device) and remains encrypted throughout its journey to its final destination (i.e. the Localtonet server).

High Performance

Localtonet's services are designed to provide users with a high-performance experience that feels like they are accessing their local web server from their own device. When a user connects to their local server through Localtonet's secure tunnel service, the connection is optimized to provide fast and responsive performance.

Unbeatable Support

Localtonet provides users with unbeatable support that is available 24/7, along with a live support feature that enables users to get immediate assistance from a support representative.

Our Comfortable Rates

Create and deploy high-performance apps and APIs with global accessibility and improved quality.

$ 0 /mo
  • 1 HTTP/TCP/UDP Tunnels
  • 1 GB Bandwidth
  • Load Balancing
  • Basic Authentication
  • APIs for Tunnels
  • Request Inspection & Modify
  • Automated SSL/TLS Certificates
  • Unlimited Connections
  • No Timeout
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$ 2 /mo per tunnel
  • All Free Features
  • Custom/Random URLs/ports
  • IP Restrictions
  • Port Customization
  • Team Management
  • Unlimited Tunnels
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • Enhanced Security
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Trusted by more than 300K users

A highly dependable and secure platform, engineered to scale massively, ensuring robust performance and stability for developers.


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How To Use Localtonet

Hello, in this content, it will be explained how you can use Localtonet. What is required for first use and how to do it.

Who can use Localtonet

Localtonet's services are available to anyone who needs to securely access their local web server from the internet. This can include DevOps professionals, web developers, web designers, and even gamers who may need to access a local server to run game servers or test game modifications.

Can I use the same account in more than one device?

Yes, Localtonet allows users to use their account on multiple devices, but it is important to note that a separate token is required for each device. Users can generate a unique token for each device they wish to use with their Localtonet account.

What is reserve ports?

A reserved port is a fixed port number that is assigned to a specific service or application on a computer network. When a user creates a tunnel to access a local web server through Localtonet's secure tunnel service, they can reserve a specific port number to ensure that it remains consistent every time they activate the tunnel.

Can I cancel my plan?

Localtonet allows users to cancel their plan at any time directly from their account dashboard. If a user wishes to apply for a refund, they can do so by contacting Localtonet's customer support team and submitting a request along with a valid reason that justifies the refund.

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