Myway.cf service allows users to remotely access internal resources of any device and local network from the internet, by providing an external IP address and creating a public domain name. The connection setup should be easy to follow.
How to Set Up
The following videos demonstrate the fundamental principles of configuration that are applicable in many cases of using the service on different systems
Step-by-step instructions for configuring
Step 1: Register for the service by creating an account on the Myway.cf website. You will need to provide only your email address.
Step 2: After registering, you will receive an OpenVPN configuration file via email.
Step 3: Download and install OpenVPN client on the device you want to provide access to.
Step 4: Import the OpenVPN configuration file you received via email into the OpenVPN client.
Step 5: Once the configuration is imported, open the OpenVPN client and connect to the Myway.cf server.
Step 6: After connecting, you will be able to access your device and local network remotely by using the IP address or domain name provided to you by the service.
Step 7: Connect to your device using IP address or domain name and ports provided to you by the service. When connecting using an IP address, you will have access to 20 TCP and 20 UDP ports. These ports are already configured and forwarded, and they are listed in the email that was sent to you. By connecting using a provided domain name, you will have access to two simple HTTP ports: 80 and 8081. Also if you want to use a domain name for access with complete functionality, then you can use any other free TCP port from the following list: 443, 445, 3389, 5800, 5900, 16591, 34567, 8080, 28866, 28877, 28888, 28899, 29866, 29877, 29888, 29899.
For example, let’s connect to IP Webcam on Android through domain name given to you by the service. So, for this example 8080 port was chosen.
Step 8: Enjoy!
How to link your own domains
Log in to your personal account on the website of the company in which the domain name is registered.
Go to the DNS records settings on your domain registrar site and add an A-record. Here you need to fill in 2 required fields:
- Name (or subdomain).
- IP Address.
Further, in the DNS records settings of the domain, add an SRV record. There are 5 required fields to fill in:
- Service: _minecraft._tcp.example.com (_minecraft – name of service, _tcp – protocol (tcp or udp), example.com – domain name)
- Priority: 0
- Weight: 5
- Port: port of your server (select from email).
- Target: domain or subdomain
This way you can normally access your device without specifying a port through your own domain names. For example, enter example.com and that’s it.
How to share your access to other devices
The simple way: Use socat or ncat (has a different syntax). For example, to get access to SoundWire on your other device from internet, you can use command “socat UDP4-LISTEN:20001,reuseaddr,fork UDP4:192.168.0.4:59010” &. Where 20001 – UDP port (you can use any port from email sent to you), 192.168.0.4:59010 – address and port of other device with SoundWire server. Another example, to get access to web server on your other device from internet, you can use command “socat TCP4-LISTEN:20002,reuseaddr,fork TCP4:192.168.0.9:80” &, and so on. The similar functionality also have many routers (please, look for in settings), or just use any device as supporting router to share access.
The speed of the ports used by the service is 10 Gbps.
Almost all routers are supported, even old Mikrotik.
How to prolong the service:
If you want to prolong the use of the service, then repeat the order with the same e-mail address and the time will be added to the existing one. If you provide a different email address, a different account will be created and a different domain name will be assigned.
OpenVpn for Linux is usually installed using a package manager. For example, in Debian: apt-get install openvpn and after that you can connect to the service simply by entering the command: openvpn –config client.ovpn (where client.ovpn is the configuration file sent to you)
Q: What is Myway.cf service?
A: Myway.cf service is a remote access solution that allows users to access their devices and networks remotely using an IP address or domain name provided by the service.
Q: What kind of devices and networks can I access using Myway.cf service?
A: Myway.cf service supports a wide range of devices, including Windows, Linux, MacOS, Android, and iOS, as well as any device with OpenVPN support. It also supports access to local networks, including IoT devices.
Q: How do I set up Myway.cf service on my device?
A: To set up Myway.cf service on your device, you will need to use the OpenVPN configuration file sent to you by email in the OpenVPN client (program). If your device cannot import a file, you can manually import the contents of the file into the settings of the device.
Q: How do I access my device and local network using Myway.cf service?
A: Once you have set up Myway.cf service on your device, you can connect to your device and local network using the IP address or domain name provided by the service. You can use your favorite programs and browsers to connect and are not limited to any one application.
Q: Can I share my access to other devices using Myway.cf service?
A: Yes, you can share your access to other devices using Myway.cf service. You can also use routers to share access and also any device as supporting router to share access
Q: Is Myway.cf service secure?
A: Myway.cf service uses industry-standard security protocols to ensure the privacy and security of your data. However, like any remote access solution, it’s important to take appropriate security measures to protect your devices and networks.
Q: Is Myway.cf service free?
A: Myway.cf service offers a free trial and multiple pricing plans to suit different needs.
Q: How does Myway.cf service compare to ngrok.com?
A: Both Myway.cf service and ngrok.com provide similar functionality, such as remote access to devices and networks, but Myway.cf service offers a wider range of ports, protocol support, and smart home integration than ngrok.com. Additionally, Myway.cf service is more suitable for developers and smart home market.
Q: Does Myway.cf service support RDP and VNC?
A: Yes, Myway.cf service supports RDP and VNC, as well as other protocols like OpenVPN, HTTP, TCP, and UDP.
Q: Can I use Myway.cf service to host my website?
A: Yes, you can use Myway.cf service to host your website by configuring it to use one of the available ports such as 80, 443 or any other free TCP ports.
Q: Does Myway.cf service support multiple users?
A: Yes, Myway.cf service supports multiple users, you can share your access to other devices and give access to an unlimited number of users.
Q: Can I transfer the received IP address and domain name between my devices?
A: Yes, you can easily transfer the received IP address and domain name between any of your devices and do not depend on the telecom operator at all.
Q: Can I use Myway.cf service for IoT devices?
A: Yes, Myway.cf service supports access to local networks, including IoT devices.
Q: Can I use Myway.cf service on a router?
A: Yes, you can use Myway.cf service on a router.
Q: Can I use Myway.cf service on mobile devices?
A: Yes, Myway.cf service supports Android and iOS mobile devices.
Q: Can I use Myway.cf service to access my camera and microphone?
A: Yes, you can use Myway.cf service to access your camera and microphone, provided that your device support it.
Q: Can I use Myway.cf service to access my apps and programs remotely?
A: Yes, you can use Myway.cf service to access your apps and programs remotely.
Q: Does Myway.cf service provide technical support?
A: Yes, Myway.cf service provides technical support to help you with any issues or questions you may have.
Q: Can I use Myway.cf service to access my server?
A: Yes, you can use Myway.cf service to access your server.
Q: Can I use Myway.cf service for gaming?
A: Myway.cf service provides support for a wide range of protocols and ports, which means it can be used for gaming.