HTTPTunnel consists of two components:
- The httptunnel-client that resides behind the firewall and accepts network connections on ports that will either be mapped to a specific remote target server/port (portmapping) or will act as a SOCKS (v4 and v5) proxy. The SOCKS authentication source can be a fixed user list, an LDAP or MySQL directory. The client is written in Perl.
- The server that resides on the internet and accepts HTTP requests from the client which will be translated and forwarded to network connections to the remote servers. Two different servers available:
- The hosted server, which is basically a PHP script that must be put on a PHP enabled web server. Putting the PHP script on a webserver enables the webserver to act as your HTTP tunnel server.
- The standalone server, which is written in perl: This server can be used if you have a box on the internet where you can run perl scripts (e.g. your box at home).
Information taken from this site.
To download the HTTPTunnel full package, follow this link: Download HTTPTunnel
To download the HTTPTunnel php server package, follow this link: Download HTTPTunnel phpserver package.
Installation of HTTPTunnel Client
To install the HTTPTunnel client on Windows, follow the steps below:
- Install HTTPTunnel_1.2.exe
- Open your browser to http://localhost:1079
- Configure the HTTPTunnel client to meet your system and requirements
Installation of HTTPTunnel PHP Server
To install the HTTPTunnel PHP server, follow the steps below:
- Unpack the installation package phpserver.zip
- Copy the contents of the subdirectory "phpserver" to a directory on your webserver
- Open your browser to http://<yourhost>/<path to>/admin.php
- Configure the HTTPTunnel PHP server to meet your system and requirements
for example: installation and configuration HTTPTunnel for remote connection to MySQL server using HeidiSQL MySQL GUI.
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