Port Map
Port Map
2.0.1

5.0

Port Map free download for Mac

Port Map2.0.1

23 November 2019

Access your computers from any remote location.

Overview

Port Map allows you to access your computers at home from anywhere in the world. Be it the Web server on your home server, the file sharing on your desktop machine or a remote login to your parent's computer to support them doing their work.

Originally written as a proof of concept for our framework, it's a fully-featured all-purpose port mapper supporting all major routers, with presets and URL templates.

What's new in Port Map

Version 2.0.1:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.10 or later

  • First notarized version for Mojave
  • Fixed wrong color of Desired Port column in Dark Mode

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How would you rate Port Map app?

5 Reviews of Port Map

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imron-saidov-1991
01 May 2018
Version: 1.3.1

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imron-saidov-1991
01 May 2018
Version: 1.3.1
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bell-juliet
03 January 2017
Version: 1.3.1
In addition to port map, you may try tools like logmein, R-HUB remote support servers etc. for remotely accessing computers from anywhere anytime. It is an on premise solution which provides a simple and easy to use interface and works from behind the firewall, hence better security.
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Roxborough273
26 September 2012
Version: 1.3.1
I love this app but i reset my router and now my ip has changed is their a way to fix this? and if so how?
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Mrjw34
04 June 2009
Version: 1.0
I'm very interested in using this but I wish there were instructions for how to use it. And what are the security ramifications?
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Tempel
16 April 2008
Version: 1.0
I have followed the beta stage of this app when it had problems dealing with a specific set of routers (DrayTek "Vigor") that Apple's "BackToMyMac" and the file sharing software Transmission could not deal with, either. This final release fixes these problems, though, which allows me to enter the port mapping for Transmission, saving me from fiddling with the router's web interface directly. The only things I am missing is the ability to set up a single map entry to map multiple ports, and the ability to edit existing mappings. Both are minor, however, and can be dealt with by a few extra clicks and keystrokes.
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