Getting Started Last updated: 2021-11-16

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

Download:

Supported Tunnels:

HTTP/s

HTTP tunnels allows you to expose your local web servers to the internet, you will be given a shareable URL that is accessible from the internet, This tunnel will be running in HTTP/s.

HTTP/s Example for Registered User:

Go HTTP Tunnel Page and select process type, create HTTP tunnel and start.

HTTP/s Example for Non-User:

Creating HTTP tunnel with random subdomain forward the traffic by default to 127.0.0.1:Port

localtonet http 80

UDP

UDP tunnels allows you to expose any local network services running over UDP protocol.

UDP Example for Registered User:

Go UDP Tunnel Page and create UDP tunnel and start.

UDP Example for Non-User:
localtonet udp 80

TCP

TCP tunnels allows you to expose any local network services running over TCP protocol.

TCP Example for Registered User:

Go TCP Tunnel Page and create TCP tunnel and start.

TCP Example for Non-User:
localtonet tcp 80

UDP/TCP

UDP/TCP tunnels allows you to expose any local network services running over UDP/TCP protocol.

UDP/TCP Example for Registered User:

Go UDP/TCP Tunnel Page and create UDP/TCP tunnel and start.

UDP/TCP Example for Non-User:
localtonet udptcp 80

OS

Windows

Download and unzip file. Start localtonet.exe . Copy Auth Token on your dashboard and paste on command line.

Linux

wget https://localtonet.com/download/localtonet-linux-x64.zip
unzip linux-x64.zip
chmod 777 localtonet
./localtonet authtoken token

MacOS

curl https://localtonet.com/download/localtonet-osx-64.zip -o osx-64.zip
unzip osx-64.zip
open -a localtonet --args authtoken token