RPort 0.6.0 released

Release notes for RPort 0.6.0


Released 09 March 2021

🚀 New features:

  • New UI design. We hope you like it. 😻  See Screenshots

  • NoVnc integration. Get access to VNC servers directly in your browser. Read more.

  • Web-RDP integration. Connect via Remote Desktop directly from the browser without opening external RDP clients. Read more.

  • Monitoring of bandwidth for Lan and Wan interfaces.

  • List of all active tunnels across all clients

  • Support for PowerShell 7 and any custom script interpreter Read more.

  • Support of UDP tunnels

  • Support of multiple pairing URLs (internal client can connect to a different url than external clients)

  • Tunnel expiry, auto-close a tunnel after a given period.

  • Multi-URL pairing option. Connect clients using different server addresses (Lan vs. Wan)

  • Usage of system hostname and machine or system UUID eliminates the need to hard-code client identifiers in the client configuration file.

🪛 Fixes:

  • Auto-Login for and redirect to external authentication portals

  • More icons for different devices and operating systems

  • Better determination of user IP address if behind proxy to pre-fill the tunnel ACL

  • Server-side client filtering and use of pagination on the fronted. (massive speed improvement on systems with >100 clients) 

  • More command line options to fully control tunnels from the rport client.

🤔 How to update your RPort server?

Our fully automated update script is compatible with the new 0.6.0 release. Just download and execute. If you are running your server on Ubuntu 20.04 or Debian 11 all dependencies for the new browser-based RDP are resolved automatically. 

The pairing service is also capable to upgrade your clients to 0.6.0.


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