Mr.2 can help you expose local server to external network. Support both TCP/UDP, of course support HTTP.
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# Mr.2 ## What is Mr.2 Mr.2 can help you expose local server to external network. Support both TCP/UDP, of course support HTTP.
Keep it **simple**, **stupid**. ### Server ``` $ mr2 server -l :9999 -p password ``` ### Client ``` # Local server is 127.0.0.1:1234, expect to expose: server_address:5678 $ mr2 client -s server_address:port -p password -P 5678 -c 127.0.0.1:1234 ``` ``` # Local web root is /path/to/www, expect to expose: server_address:5678 $ mr2 client -s server_address:port -p password -P 5678 --clientDiretory /path/to/www ``` ### Example #### Access local HTTP server ``` $ mr2 client -s server_address:port -p password -P 5678 -c 127.0.0.1:8080 # then Your HTTP server in external network is: server_address:5678 ``` #### SSH into local computer ``` $ mr2 client -s server_address:port -p password -P 5678 -c 127.0.0.1:22 # then $ ssh -oPort=5678 user@server_address ``` #### Access local DNS server ``` $ mr2 client -s server_address:port -p password -P 5678 -c 127.0.0.1:53 # then Your DNS server in external network is: server_address:5678 $ dig github.com @server_address -p 5678 ``` #### Access your local directory via HTTP ``` $ mr2 client -s server_address:port -p password -P 5678 --clientDirectory /path/to/www # then A HTTP server in external network is: server_address:5678 ``` #### Any TCP-based/UDP-based ideas you think of ... ## License Licensed under The GPLv3 License