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Another easy way to do this is to use the ngrok service. They provide an ssh tunnel to an IP address of your choice, with a public facing TCP port you can use for HTTP

see ngrok.io for instructions
 
Apr 5, 2022
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I've done it, it works, thank you very much.

But I have a problem though;

I'm starting gnix with "make connect", using PuTTY from another computer (as I have no peripheral plugged into my Pi).

Should I close Putty or turn my PC off, it will also terminate the Gnix process, and the reverse-proxy stops.

I have been told to use
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make connect &
as it was supposedly putting the command "in the background", but it doesn't work still. Reverse proxy will stop if I close Putty.

How could I work around this?
 

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