Tool and Usage
|Latest release||1.21 |
Why this tool?
A typical use case for multiplexing is to allow serving several services on one port. Port 443 is commonly used, as that is typically opened on firewalls to allow HTTPS traffic. By multiplexing it, you can also use SSH or other services on the same port.
Usage and audience
sslh is commonly used for bypassing firewall rules or protocol multiplexing. Target users for this tool are general public and system administrators.
Supported operating systems
Sslh is known to work on FreeBSD and Linux.
Similar tools to sslh:
The sshttp tool helps with protocol multiplexing. This way multiple protocols, like HTTP and SSH, can be used on a single TCP port. This can be useful to bypass strict firewall rules.
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Related tool information
This tool is categorized as a protocol multiplexer.