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Serveo: expose local servers to the internet using SSHserveoHow it worksManualAlternativesSelf-hosttrevor@serveo.net@trevordixonFor help using Serveo, use the Serveo Google Group.To report phishing and other kinds of abuse, email abuse@serveo.net. gt;_Expose local servers to the internetNo installation, no signupssh -R 80:localhost:3000 serveo.netTry it! Copy and paste this into your terminal.SubscribeServeo gets better all the time. Leave your email address or follow me on Twitter to get notified of improvements. (Expect about one or two emails per month.)Success! Thank you.Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.How does it work?Serveo is an SSH server just for remote port forwarding. When a user connects to Serveo, they get a public URL that anybody can use to connect to their localhost server.ManualBasic usessh -R 80:localhost:3000 serveo.netThe -R option instructs your SSH client to request port forwarding from the server and proxy requests to the specified host and port (usually localhost). A subdomain of serveo.net will be assigned to forward HTTP traffic.Request multiple tunnels at oncessh -R 80:localhost:8888 -R 80:localhost:9999 serveo.netThe target server doesn #x27;t have to be on localhost聽ssh -R 80:example.com:80 serveo.netRequest a particular subdomainThe subdomain is chosen deterministically based on your IP address, the provided SSH username, and subdomain availability, so you #x27;ll often get the same subdomain between restarts. You can also request a particular subdomain:ssh -R incubo:80:localhost:8888 serveo.netssh -R incubo.serveo.net:80:localhost:8888 serveo.netChange the SSH username to get assigned a different subdomain:ssh -R 80:localhost:8888 foo@serveo.netssh -R 80:localhost:8888 -l foo serveo.netSSH forwardingRequest forwarding for port 22, and serveo.net will act as a jump host, allowing you to conveniently SSH into your machine (a unique alias is required):ssh -R myalias:22:localhost:22 serveo.netThen you can establish an SSH connection using serveo.net as an intermediary like this:ssh -J serveo.net user@myaliasThe -J option was introduced in the OpenSSH client version 7.3. If you have an older client, you can use the ProxyCommand option instead:ssh -o ProxyCommand= quot;ssh -W myalias:22聽serveo.net quot; user@myaliasGeneric TCP forwardingIf you request a port other than 80, 443, or 22, raw TCP traffic will be forwarded. (In this case, there #x27;s no way to route connections based on hostname, and the host, if specifed, will be ignored.)ssh -R 1492:localhost:1492 serveo.netIf port 0 is requested, a random TCP port will be forwarded:ssh -R 0:localhost:1492 serveo.netConnect on port 443In some environments, outbound port 22 connections are blocked. For this reason, you can also connect on port 443.ssh -p 443 -R 80:localhost:8888 serveo.netKeep the connection aliveUse ServerAliveInterval to prevent an idle connection from timing out:ssh -o ServerAliveInterval=60 -R 80:localhost:8888 serveo.netAutomatically reconnectUse聽autossh聽for more persistent tunnels. Use quot;-M 0 quot; to disable autossh #x27;s connectivity checking (rely on ServerAliveInterval and ServerAliveCountMax instead):autossh -M 0 -R 80:localhost:8888 serveo.netSee https://www.everythingcli.org/ssh-tunnelling-for-fun-and-profit-autossh/ for more about autossh.GUIPressing聽g聽will start a GUI session. Use聽up聽and聽down聽arrow keys to inspect requests/responses, and聽left聽and聽right聽arrow keys to switch between request and response views. Use聽j,聽k,聽u,聽d,聽p, and聽n聽to scroll the lower inspector pane. Press聽r聽to replay the selected request. Press聽h聽or聽?聽at any time for help.Custom DomainTo use your own domain or subdomain, you #x27;ll first need an SSH聽key pair. Use the ssh-keygen program to generate a key pair if you don #x27;t already have one.Next, use ssh-keygen -l and note your key #x27;s fingerprint. Here #x27;s an example output:2048 SHA256:pmc7ZRv7ymCmghUwHoJWEm5ToSTd33ryeDeps5RnfRY no comment (RSA)In this example, the fingerprint is SHA256:pmc7ZRv7ymCmghUwHoJWEm5ToSTd33ryeDeps5RnfRY.Now you need to add two DNS records for the domain or subdomain you #x27;d like to use:An A record pointing to 159.89.214.31.For each SSH聽key to allow, a TXT聽record in the form of authkeyfp=[fingerprint].聽For the example key above, the DNS聽record would be authkeyfp=SHA256:pmc7ZRv7ymCmghUwHoJWEm5ToSTd33ryeDeps5RnfRY.Once your DNS聽records are in place, you can request your subdomain/domain from Serveo:ssh -R聽subdomain.example.com:80:localhost:3000 serveo.netWhen you request port forwarding for subdomain.example.com, Serveo will fetch the TXT聽records from your DNS聽server and only allow forwarding if you #x27;ve provided a public key with the same fingerprint as specified in TXT聽records.AlternativesngrokServeo is an excellent alternative to ngrok. Serveo was inspired by ngrok and attempts to serve many of the same purposes. The primary advantage of Serveo over ngrok is the use of your existing SSH client, so there #x27;s no client application to install.Other slight advantages include preservation of URLs across reconnect for free (ngrok allows this only for paid accounts) and in-terminal request inspection and replay (ngrok uses a web interface).OpenSSH ServerUsing Serveo instead of OpenSSH frees you from having to configure and maintain a server. It also handles HTTPS and subdomain generation, two features that complicate a typical SSH port-forwarding setup.If Serveo doesn #x27;t meet your needs, this guide has some ideas for setting up OpenSSH.Host it yourselfThis free version is intended for evaluative and personal use and allows no more than 3 total simultaneous tunnels per instance.Email me at trevor@serveo.net if you #x27;re interested in licensing Serveo for business use or otherwise need more than 3 tunnels at a time.DownloadLinux64-bit32-bit64-bit ARMMac64-bit32-bitWindows64-bit32-bitUseThe server #x27;s behavior is configured using command line arguments. Use -h to see all options../serveo -h-private_key_pathAt the very least, you must specify the path to an encoded private key used for establishing SSH connections. You may be able to use /etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key or $HOME/.ssh/id_rsa, but it #x27;s recommended that you generate a private key for Serveo #x27;s use (using ssh-keygen, for example:聽ssh-keygen -t rsa -f ssh_host_rsa_key)../serveo -private_key_path=/etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key./serveo -private_key_path=$HOME/.ssh/id_rsa-port, -http_port, -https_portThese options tell Serveo on which ports, respectively, to listen for SSH, HTTP, and HTTPS connections../serveo -private_key_path=ssh_host_rsa_key -port=22 -http_port=80 -https_port=443./serveo -private_key_path=ssh_host_rsa_key -port=2222 -http_port=8080 -https_port=8443-cert_dirThis is necessary for HTTPS support. The directory it specifies should contain TLS certificates and keys. For example, a cert_dir might contain the following files:聽聽聽聽abc.crt聽 聽 聽 abc.key聽 聽 聽 foo.crt聽 聽 聽 foo.keyCertificate files must end in .crt, and keys in .key. The basename for certificate files doesn #x27;t matter, but must match the corresponding key file (i.e. abc.{crt,key} should both exist). Wildcard certificates and certificates with multiple DNS names are supported../serveo -cert_dir=certs-domainThis option specifies the default domain in case no domain is specified../serveo -domain=example.com-disable_telemetryA few basic events are reported for my analytical use (process startup and the start of port forwarding). Invoke this flag to disable telemetry.

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