Client Update v0.10.1

Published at October 27, 2020 ·  2 min read

The v0.10.1 release includes some small UIX improvements. Host Headers We’ve add the --host-header and --redirect flags to both the pktriot http and pktriot inspect commands. These flags are available normally in the persistent traffic pktriot tunnel http command. Thanks to users for letting us know you wanted these flags and features in our instant HTTP hosting and inspector. It was always our intention to add it but reaching out to let us know helped us accelerate this....

Spokes v1.0.1

Published at October 27, 2020 ·  2 min read

Spokes is our self-hosted option server that enables users to host their own Packetriot service. Version 1.0 introduced new features such as a web-based adminstrative dashboard and remote tunnel management. Dashboard Our new dashboard provides an easy way to view statistics and metrics on tunnels and inspect access and connection metrics related to the services hosted behind a tunnel. Tunnels can also be shut down remotely when they’re no longer needed or were accidently left running....

Client Update v0.10.0

Published at October 14, 2020 ·  2 min read

The v0.10.0 release of our client includes support for Windows services. You’ll be able to install a Windows service that keeps the Packetriot client running 24/7 and between system restarts. This is a feature we’ve been wanting to add for some time. I’d like to thank for the users who reached out to use and expressed this would be an important and great feature to support their workflows. We have updated our docs with instructions on how to use the new Windows service integration....

HTTP Inspector

Published at August 18, 2020 ·  8 min read

Using the HTTP Inspector built into the Packertriot client will make writing and debugging applications that integrate with webhooks much easier. You’re not limited to webhooks either, you can debug any HTTP-based application. There’s lot of examples we could provide to illustrate how useful an HTTP inspector is during web development. In this post we’ll walk through creating a webhook for a GitHub repository so that we can receive notifications when changes are made to the repo....


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