What do people think of tunnelto.dev?
The community submitted 5 reviews to tell us what they like about tunnelto.dev, what tunnelto.dev can do better, and more.
?makers @alexgrinman 1. I thought of productising the same idea in 2015 after reverse tunneling our cloud printing startup's printer server to serve on web to check printer status like paper jam, ink level, printer issue etc. I appreciate your implementation 2. Today, I came back after a week, because tunnelto saved me because I coudn't fix a production bug happening in facebook webview, only good possible solution after 2 days is use tunnelto and thanks for saving my day 3. Can you please help me solve my doubt, how do you ensure the high traffic served via tunnelto because all the local site traffic is routed through your server. Ofcourse most of the applications traffic will be very less. Is it the reason you are providing it for free
The fact that it allows you to set your subdomain for free is great! And the price for reserving it is very reasonable. Definitively a replacement for Ngrok!
Super useful tool! I love that it’s open source and self-hostable unlike other products in this space. Also picking the subdomain manually means I don’t have to change my slack webhook every time I relaunch tunnelto