What is Teleconsole?
Teleconsole is a free service to share your terminal session with people you trust. Your friends can join via a command line using SSH or by using their browser. Use it when two parties are separated by NAT and you cannot connect via SSH directly.
Teleconsole is a tool in the localhost Tools category of a tech stack.
Teleconsole is an open source tool with 2.3K GitHub stars and 96 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Teleconsole's open source repository on GitHub
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- Forwarding local TCP ports - how to let joining parties access TCP ports on your localhost.
- Using Secure Sessions - how to invite specific people, like Github users or owners of a specific public SSH key.
- Private Proxies - how to set up your own proxy servers without having to rely on https://teleconsole.com.
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