Thank you!! I am currently checking both some vpns and what pagekite actually is… In the meanwhile, can you tell me if pagekite is available on wan like outside your own network? Because in all the examples on websites, they use something like this code:
And thhey are all using port 80 on localhost but what i want is… actually i do not know what ip i should use instead of localhost AND if i just can replace 80 with whatever port i want, such as 3322 maybe.
I cannot find any examples where they set it up for outside their lan, could you confirm if this is only for lan or also for wan? Thanks!
I have also looked at this page: https://pagekite.net/wiki/Howto/PageKiteOverTor/
But again, I do not know how i should setup pagekite for achieving my goal
Won’t this do the trick then:
Flying kites - Apache, nginx, …
Assuming you have a web server (for example Apache or Nginx) running on port 80 on your local machine, the following command will make it publicly visible:
$ pagekite.py 80 foo.pagekite.me
This will connect your localhost:80 web server to the publicly visible http://foo.pagekite.me/. More importantly, it will also allow you to use SSL/TLS encryption on https://foo.pagekite.me/. We recommend using the encrypted versions whenever possible!
You can replace 80 with other port numbers (3000 and 8000 are common values for web development).
But am i supposed to replace the “http://foo.pagekite.me/” with the ip on the workstation or?