To run a tunnel on Windows startup, follow these steps:
Create a Batch File:
ssh -p 443 -R0:localhost:8000 -o ServerAliveInterval=30 a.pinggy.io
You can customize the command here:
Save the Batch File:
After pasting the Pinggy command into the text editor, go to the ‘File’ menu and select ‘Save As’.
Choose a recognizable name for your batch file, such as
Crucially, ensure you select ‘All Files’ from the ‘Save as type’ dropdown menu before saving. This prevents the file from being saved as a
.txt file unintentionally.
Click ‘Save’ to confirm the creation of your batch file.
Access the Startup Folder:
Win + R on your keyboard to open the Run dialog.
shell:startup and press Enter. This will open the Startup folder.
Move the Batch File:
pinggy_tunnel.bat file you created into this Startup folder.
Run Tunnel on Startup:
pinggy_tunnel.bat file in the Startup folder will execute automatically each time you log in to your Windows account.