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5 Free Tools to Expose localhost to Internet

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  1. ngrok enables secure introspectable tunnels to localhost webhook development tool and debugging tool.

    App clip invocation link locally from a localhost website. about about 2 hours ago

    I've never built an App Clip, but whenever I've ran into something that needs a reachable URL, I've used Ngrok.
  2. Expose localhost to the internet with a public URL

    How to forward ports via VPS & VPN about 5 months ago:

    So in the end, for those interested with the same issue (How to forward ports behind the Starlink CGNAT), all the VPN providers I tried were bad (the IP they allow to open weren't working well, or they only provide dynamic IPs), so in the end I : 1/ bought a small router on Amazon, the GL-MT1300 (by GL-iNet) but their smaller routers should work too:...
  3. Use SSH to expose local servers over the internet and inspect and replay HTTP traffic.

  4. Bring your localhost servers on-line.

    Simple HTML website will work fine on PC, but will not work... about about 1 month ago:

    The story so far: I am creating a very, very simple website. So far, it is only an image and some text. I want to expose this website to the world, but my router is behind CGNAT. So, I use a tunnelling tool to expose it to the internet, then will use a domain to redirect it to the tunnel. I use pagekite to do this, since they have free 'permanent' subdomains (I cannot change every time I get a new ngrok link, not...
  5. Bye Bye Localhost, Hello World!

    freemium $6.0 / Monthly (1 seat)

    I've been having trouble port forwarding while USB tethering. about about 1 month ago

    This might work for you, it's free so you don't have anything to lose but time