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Test Locally Hosted Web Pages

LambdaTest Tunnel is a secure and encrypted tunneling feature that allows devs and QAs to test their locally hosted web applications or websites on the cloud-based real machines. It establishes a secure connection between the user’s local machine and the real machine in the cloud.

There are multiple connectivity options like SSH (port 22 or 443), TCP- port 443. Tunnel Binary performs network scanning and selects the best mode if not explicitly specified.

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Why to Use LambdaTest Tunnel?

LambdaTest Tunnel offers numerous benefits for web developers, testers, and QA professionals. These include secure and encrypted connection, cross-browser compatibility testing, localhost testing, etc.

  • Secured and Encrypted : It provides a secure and encrypted connection between your local machine and the virtual machines in the cloud, thereby ensuring the privacy of your test data and online communications.
  • Cost Effective : With LambdaTest Tunnel, you can test your web applications or websites, local folder, and files across a wide range of browsers and operating systems without setting up complex and expensive local testing environments.
  • Test on Real Environment : It lets you test your locally hosted web applications or websites on cloud-based real OS machines. You can even run accessibility tests on desktop browsers while testing locally hosted web applications and pages.

How to Connect LambdaTest Tunnel?

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