What are tunnels in AnyDesk and how to set them up?

 

TCP tunnels are created in order to safely transfer data and not be afraid that they will be intercepted on the way to the destination. The information will begin to pass through the specified server (local network) and get to the addressee directly. Tunnels in AnyDesk can be created via VPN and other applications.

Configuring tunnels in AnyDesk

Follow the steps below to enable a tunnel connection to a remote computer using AnyDesk.

  1. Go to the app and select the monitor you want (remote PC).
    select a remote computer
  2. select a remote computer
    remote pc connection
  3. If the computer is password protected, enter the password.
    authorization on a remote pc
  4. On the remote computer, enable Actions.
    start of action
  5. Click the Set Up TCP Tunneling tab.
    Click the Set Up TCP Tunneling tab.
  6. Enter the details of the sending and receiving computers.
    tunnel data entry

Creating a local port

  1. Search for Remote Desktop Connection.
    creating a local port
  2. A tab with the IP of the host PC will open.
    enter ip address
  3. Enter the required information.
    Localhost indication
  4. Click Connect. The connection will start.
    tunnel connection to anydesk
  5. Enter the port details into the tunnel creation window.
    Tunnel window in anydesk

 
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