Access local SSH from the internet

Steps to access local SSH from the internet

Step 1: Download LocalXpose
Step 2: Start your SSH server (e.g. localhost:22)
Step 3: Run LocalXpose form your terminal and point it to your SSH local address.
$ loclx tunnel tcp --port 2222 --to localhost:22
This command will generate a publicly accessible address (e.g. us.loclx.io:2222) that you can use to access your SSH server.

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LocalXpose will create a secure tunnel to your network, so you can focus on your most important work.

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About SSH
SSH is a protocol for securely exchanging data between two computers over an untrusted network. SSH protects the privacy and integrity of the transferred identities, data, and files. It runs in most computers and in practically every server. It ships standard on UNIX, Linux, and macOS machines and it is used in over 90% of all data centers in the world.

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