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Hypertele

A swiss-knife proxy powered by Hyperswarm DHT!

Installation

Install with npm
npm install -g hypertele // hyperswarm server proxy
npm install -g hyper-cmd-utils // keygen utils

Basic usage

Server

Standard pipe server

hypertele-server --help
Create a JSON config file for the server
{
"seed": "SEED",
"allowed": [
"CLIENT_PEER_KEY",
...
]
}
Options
Description
-l <PORT>
port of the local service exposed to the peers
--cert-skip
skip certificate check when connecting to local service
--seed SEED
seed (command-line)

Examples:

hypertele-server -l 22 -c config-server.json
hypertele-server -l 22 --seed XXX
The above-mentioned command will print out the pubkey.

Pub

Pub server
hypertele-pub --help
Create a JSON config file for the server
{
"seed": "SEED",
"allowed": [
"CLIENT_PEER_KEY",
...
]
}
options:
-l PORT : port of the local service you want to expose to the peers
--seed SEED : seed (command-line)

Examples:

hypertele-pub -l 5555 -c config-server.json
hypertele-pub -l 5555 --seed XXX
The above-mentioned command will print out the pubkey.

Client

hypertele --help
Create a JSON config file for your client
{
"peer": "SERVER_PEER_KEY"
}
Options
Description
-s <SERVER_PEER_KEY>
server peer key (command-line)
-i <keypair.json>
keypair file

Examples:

hypertele -p 1337 -c config-client.json
hypertele -p 1337 -s PUBKEY_FROM_SERVER -i keypair.json
telnet localhost 1337

The hyper-cmd system

Hypertele also provides support for the hyper-cmd system!
Learn more about identity management and host resolution using hyper-cmd: