There are a few different methods for remotely connecting to components and services in apps managed with Nanobox. Which method you use depends on the type of component to which you're connecting as well as what you're trying to do.
nanobox console command allows you to securely access your production servers from your local machine. It drops you into an interactive console inside a component or even a specific component node.
# Pattern nanobox console <component> # Examples nanobox console web.site # console into a specific node in web.site nanobox console web.site.1.3
The console is primarily used for managing and troubleshooting web and worker components. More information about the
console command is available in the
nanobox tunnel command creates a secure tunnel between your local machine and a production server. This tunnel allows you to use local clients to remotely manage production services. When creating a tunnel, Nanobox binds to and listens on a local port. Connections to that port are forwarded to your remote server.
nanobox tunnel data.db
Once the tunnel is open, you can use the tunnel connection credentials provided in your dashboard under the "Connect" section of each component.
Whenever servers are accessed remotely or tunnels created, there are three levels of authorization each request goes through:
- Your are an authorized Nanobox user.
- Your are an authorized team member on the app.
- Your are authorized to access the component.
If any of these authorizations fail, the remote connection is rejected.
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