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Reddish Proxy

Simple proxy to expose a local redis instance to a remote reddish server.

npm install -g reddish-proxy


  • Create a new connection on reddish (with a name not starting with the redis:// protocol, otherwise reddish will think its a public connection).

  • Then just copy the connection key and pass it to reddish-proxy.

Usage: reddish-proxy --local [local] --remote [remote] --key [key] -p1 [port] -p2 [port]

  --help                       Print this help text.                                                              
  --key, -k                    Your Reddish connection key from your reddish instance.                              [required]
  --local, -l                  The redis:// url to your local redis server.                                         [required]  [default: "redis://"]
  --remote, -r                 The url to your remote reddish instance socket.                                      [required]  [default: ""]
  --remote_port, --p1          The standard port to your remote reddish instance socket.                            [default: 8000]
  --remote_monitor_port, --p2  The monitor port to your remote reddish instance socket.                             [default: 8001]
  --secure, -s                 Should TLS/SSL be used (your reddish server will need to be configured with certs).  [boolean]  [default: false]
  --verbose, -v                Turn on extra logging.                                                               [boolean]  [default: false]
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