How is SSH No Ports different from Tailscale and ngrok?
Is the socket rendezvous (SR) necessary?
If a bad actor takes down the socket rendezvous (SR), does the tool fail?
Since the device and the client need to connect out to the socket rendezvous (SR), do I need to open ports on my firewall for them to connect out to the SR?
Who pays the ingress & egress costs to the socket rendezvous (SR)?
Why is additional encryption needed when SSH provides its own encryption?
Is SSH No Ports a reverse SSH tunnel?
The TCP layer is not taken out in your architecture. Does your protocol run over and above it?
So, you can SSH without any open ports...what about RDP?