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kubefwd - Bulk port forwarding Kubernetes services for local development.

  •    Go

Read Kubernetes Port Forwarding for Local Development for background and a detailed guide to kubefwd. kubefwd is a command line utility built to port forward some or all pods within a Kubernetes namespace. kubefwd uses the same port exposed by the service and forwards it from a loopback IP address on your local workstation. kubefwd temporally adds domain entries to your /etc/hosts file with the service names it forwards.

mole - cli app to create ssh tunnels

  •    Go

Mole is a cli application to create ssh tunnels, forwarding a local port to a remote endpoint through an ssh server. The project provides a small automated infrastructure to help on funcional tests. Please refer to this document for more details about it.

forward - 🎳 forward - extended kubectl port-forward - reliable multiple port forwarding.

  •    Go

forward - extended kubectl port-forward - reliable multiple port forwarding. Full description of the idea is available here.

kubepfm - A simple wrapper to kubectl port-forward for multiple pods/deployments/services.

  •    Go

kubepfm is a simple wrapper to kubectl port-forward command for multiple pods/deployments/services. It can start multiple kubectl port-forward processes based on the number of input targets. Terminating the tool (Ctrl-C) will also terminate all running kubectl sub-processes. If the [ctx=context] part is not specified, the current context is used. If the [ns=namespace:] part is not specified, the default namespace is used.




rconn - rconn is a multiplatform program for creating generic reverse connections

  •    Go

rconn (r[everse] conn[ection]) is a multiplatform program for creating reverse connections. It lets you consume services that are behind NAT and/or firewall without adding firewall rules or port-forwarding. This is achieved by creating a connection from the node behind the firewall/NAT to a port on your local machine, and then a port is exposed in your machine through which you can connect to the service that is behind firewall/NAT. All traffic is routed through the initial connection that was opened by the machine behind firewall/NAT. Build with: go build.






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