Pagekite

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pagekite

http://pagekite.net
connects localhost servers to the public internet

PageKite is a system for connecting your localhost servers to the public Internet, giving them names and making them globally accessible. It works on most common operating systems and it doesn't matter what kind of Internet connection you have. The PageKite back-end configures DNS for your server and establishes communication with our global pool of front-end relays. These relays have public IP addresses and are visible on the global Internet, which makes it possible for them to accept incoming requests on your server's behalf. These requests get forwarded (proxied) over the tunnel to your server, and any replies travel back the same way.

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Debian (Ref)https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/pagekite


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Required to usepython2+

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 22 February 2018.



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