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use your pico account to setup tunnels over ssh
#service #announcement

In hopes of making premium services more worthwhile to users, we are testing a new service called tuns.sh. tuns.sh provides HTTP(S)/TCP/TLS tunnels to localhost using SSH. Once you have a pico account (as setup on our other services) and we apply a feature flag to your user, you'll be able to login to tuns.sh. Here are some of things you can do with the service:

# HTTP(S) Tunnels

1$ ssh -p 2222 -R 80:httpbin.org:80 tuns.sh
2Press Ctrl-C to close the session.
4The subdomain localhost.tuns.sh is unavailable. Assigning a random subdomain.
5Starting SSH Forwarding service for http:80. Forwarded connections can be accessed via the following methods:
6Service console can be accessed here: https://flb.tuns.sh/_sish/console?x-authorization=[REDACTED]
7HTTP: http://flb.tuns.sh
8HTTPS: https://flb.tuns.sh

I can then access http(s)://flb.tuns.sh which will forward http requests to httpbin.org:80. If I'm running a local webserver (like python3 -m http.server 8080), I can replace httpbin.org:80 with localhost:8080 and that address will forward to the http server I've just started.

HTTP(S) tunnels also support custom domains.

# TCP Tunnels

1$ ssh -p 2222 -R 10001:httpbin.org:80 tuns.sh
2Press Ctrl-C to close the session.
4Starting SSH Forwarding service for tcp:10001. Forwarded connections can be accessed via the following methods:
5TCP: tuns.sh:10001

Which will allow me to access http://tuns.sh:10001 (or any other tcp service, httpbin.org:80 just happens to be an HTTP server)

# And so much more

That's just the beginning of what tuns.sh can do. Under the hood we're using a project Antonio's been working on for a few years. There's a lot we can do here!

If tuns.sh is something you're interested in (or have some other ideas for features), join us on irc at #pico.sh on libera to discuss!

Join our irc #pico.sh on libera or email us at hello@pico.sh.

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