Tunnlr removes the pain.
It's a forwarding service that you can use at home, at Starbucks, or anywhere you have an Internet connection. You can configure your Facebook application once, and know that you can work from anywhere, anytime.
Don't do Facebook? Tunnlr can still help you.
Do you have a web site running locally that you want to show to a friend? Just set up a tunnel and give them your public Tunnlr URL. There's no need to mess with tricky routing rules or open your laptop up to the world.
All you need is a computer with Internet access.
If you're working with Ruby on Rails, install our plugin and tunneling is fully automatic. Other users can either create their tunnel with a simple command (provided, of course), or download our forthcoming native client.
Tunnlr uses SSH remote tunneling.
It securely connects a port on your local machine to an open port on our public server. Once you start your Tunnlr client, the web server on your local machine will be available to the rest of the world through your special Tunnlr URL.