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     nrgok — secure introspectable tunnels to localhost


     nrgok [options] port


     nrgok creates a tunnel from the public internet to a port on your local machine. You can
     give this URL to anyone to allow them to try out a web site you're developing without doing
     any deployment.

     It captures all traffic through the tunnel. It displays information about the HTTP traffic
     for your inspection. Raw request/response bytes, parsed headers and form data, JSON/XML
     syntax checking and more are included. It can also replay requests.

     By default, nrgok will establish tunnel with servers. They are free to use for
     basic functionalities. You can also setup your own server by using ngrokd.

     port is either the local port to be forwarded or an IP address.

     To get available options, use ngrok -h.




     The nrgok program was written by Alan Shreve.