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MeshCentral2 - New Multi-OS Routing Tool

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MeshCentral2 provides many features on the web page including remote desktop, files access, remote terminal and much more. However, MeshCentral2 is also a powerful server for connecting any TCP connections over the Internet. This is super useful when doing RDP, SSH, SCP or running any custom tools. Imagine using MeshCentral2 to port map any port on your local computer to any TCP port on any managed computer anywhere on the Internet. This works across proxies, NAT’s and firewalls.

Today, I am announcing MeshCentral2 v0.1.0-f on NPM with the new MeshCommand (MeshCmd) tool. The first feature of the new tool is TCP port mapping, and it is multi-OS running on Windows and many variants of Linux. We have a new demonstration video showing how the tool works. The MeshCmd can be downloaded from an installed MeshCentral2 web site, and used to freely route TCP connections. It’s easy to use and has plenty of interesting applications.

While MeshCommand is interesting, it hide something …