Create a tunnel using a single command.
ssh -p 443 -R0:localhost:<localport> firstname.lastname@example.org
ssh -p 443 -R0:localhost:<localport> <token>+email@example.com
TLS tunnel does not provide any port. It present with a unique domain and SSL/TLS connection to be made to that domain at TCP port 443. In case of TLS tunnel, Pinggy does not terminate the SSL/TLS, instead it forward as it is to the client. The client needs to terminate SSL/TLS.