Reverse SSH is a great way to access your Linux device terminal over NAT and different networks without exposing the device to the internet
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Reverse SSH is a great way to access your Linux device terminal over NAT and different networks without exposing the device to the internet with open ports. Here is a quick and easy guide to access the Linux device terminal remotely through the web. and it's easier than ever before - 2 minutes and you will be able to access the device terminal from everywhere in the world!
Here is how it will look like after 2 minutes from now:
Yes, you will be able SSH over the web from everywhere in the world, amazing right?
3 STEPS and you are here ^ let's go:
1. Register to Upswift platform, and choose the prototyping plan which is completely free.
2. After creating a project, connect your Linux device by clicking on the 'Register device' and running the registration command on the device terminal.
3. You should now see your Linux device under the 'Devices' category, all you need to do now, is click on the 'Remote Control' button and start a new remote control session.
DONE. easy right?
More information about SSH and remote access:
What is a reverse SSH tunnel? and what is a Remote Control?
Reverse SSH is a known technique to access the Linux devices remotely without having to expose the SSH server to an "open" internet. This can be done by implementing reverse ssh, which means running 2 SSH tunnel one from the client (the Linux device) to the server-side (the computer which is outside the Linux device network), and the second tunnel from inside of the first tunnel, back to the Linux device.
Here at Upswift, we provide a much easier and safer implementation which not require to waste time on hard maintenance and security infrastructures, we already did it all for you and made it secured as possible, running 4 dynamic SSL keys for each remote control session.
The remote control tool has been built for industrial uses and makes it very convenient for controlling edge IoT and Linux devices at a big scale.