Quest of accessing a localhost server from the Internet

Many times we encounter situations where we need to expose our local server to the internet. Either to demoing half-finished project (Yet to be deployed )to the client or need to test webhook from third-party applications and for many other scenarios.

The initial solution lands me to the mysterious world of networking and I explored the unknown path of Port Forwarding

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Software Support Engineer @StreamSets | Hadoop | DataOps | RHCA | Ex-RedHatter | Ex-Cloudera

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Software Support Engineer @StreamSets | Hadoop | DataOps | RHCA | Ex-RedHatter | Ex-Cloudera

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