The daemon connectd.exe allows the use of a provisioning, or configuration, file to allow better organization of multiple P2P connections. Here is a sample provisioning file for a P2P initiator.
Copy and save the sample provisioning file below to a file that corresponds to your target Service. For example, if the UID is for an ssh Service running on a Raspberry Pi, you could call this file SSH-Pi.txt, so you can remember which files correspond to which services.
Customize the provisioning file
Edit the following entries in the sample provisioning file to match your account and target device.
user_id : your remote.it account user name
auth_pass : your remote.it account password
remote_address : your target Service's UID
proxy_local_port : desired localhost port
# Sample Provisioning file # user ID to use for the initiator connection (required) user_id email@example.com # users authhash - use Powershell script getAuthhash.ps1 auth_hash 5FxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxCF4 # local port to bind TCP proxy socket to, mandatory proxy_local_port 33004 # proxy local IP to bind to, can be 127.0.0.1, 0.0.0.0 or any local adapter IP proxy_bind_address 127.0.0.1 # remote_address is the (UID) address of the target to connect to. remote_address 80:00:00:00:00:00:00:C2 # Maximum buffer depth for each TCP connection (35-40) raise for high latency environments max_depth 35 # setting autoconnect to 1 will autoconnect the p2p initiator to the target # setting autoconnect to 2 will attempt to automatically reconnect in the event # of a network interruption autoconnect 1 # keep this comment line here
Download the attached p2p-file.zip to the same folder where you saved connectd.exe and SSH-Pi.txt. Extract the Powershell script p2p-file.ps1. p2p-file.ps1 is similar to p2p.ps1 in the previous example, except p2p-file.ps1 uses a provisioning file rather than placing all connection and account information on the connectd.exe command line.
Run the script
Start Powershell and run:
The script will output connection information, then after about 10 seconds, you should see the following output:
Starting Proxy on port 33301 on index 1.
Created a P2P connection...
To terminate this connection, enter:
Note the process ID (PID) for connectd.exe is displayed (here it is 11376). To kill the connectd process when you are done with the connection, run the following command:
Automatically maintain the P2P connection
You can set the autoconnect parameter value to 2 in the initiator provisioning file to have the daemon automatically attempt to reconnect to the target in the event of a network interruption.