the PageKite back-end configures DNS for your server and establishes communication with our global pool of front-end relays. These relays have public IP addresses and are visible on the global Internet, which makes it possible for them to accept incoming requests on your server's behalf. These requests get forwarded (proxied) over the tunnel to your server, and any replies travel back the same way.
In technical terms, it is a dynamic, tunneled reverse proxy.
It has python 2.7+ as dependencies.
I added a launch-script and Menu entry as well as a start up script in /root/Startup, which automatically starts pagekite as a daemon if there is an internet connection (to use make executable) and writes a logfile in /var/log/pagekite. This is useful if one wants to run pagekite all the time (as I do)
Also check out mailpile from the same person
Pet for Precise 2.7.1 and Slacko 5.6:
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