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.
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.
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.
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.
Download and unzip file. Start localtonet.exe . Copy Auth Token on your dashboard and paste on command line.
chmod 777 localtonet
./localtonet authtoken token
In order to run the Localtonet app, you need to grant the executable permissions to run. First, open a terminal window
curl https://localtonet.com/download/localtonet-osx-64.zip -o osx-64.zip
In the terminal window, navigate to the folder that contains the Localtonet app files for macOS
sudo chmod +x localtonet
Type in the password of your admin account and hit enter to grant the executable permission to run
docker pull localtonet/localtonet
docker run localtonet/localtonet authtoken token
Download and start localtonet app. Copy Auth Token on your dashboard and paste and start tunnels