Another remote desktop software, the feature is that you can completely control it. Unlike TeamViewer and AnyDesk, it not only provides client-side desktop software programs, but also server-side programs so that you can set up your own cloud server and relay. Both personal use and business are free, without any restrictions.
- Custom picture quality
- Encrypted direct connection, first try to make a hole and connect directly, then the server will forward it if it fails
- Built-in file transfer and TCP tunnel function
- Support self-built relay server
How to build a relay
1: Download the server-side software program
Download the server program at the link below.
There are two executable files:
- hbbs-RustDesk ID registration server
- hbbr-RustDesk relay server
Built on Centos7, tested on Centos7/8, Ubuntu 18/20.
2: Run hbbs and hbbr on the server
Run hbbs/hbbr (Centos or Ubuntu) on the server.
You need to run hbbr first, without any parameters;
then run hbbs:
hbbs -r <hbbr >
By default, hbbs listens to 21115(tcp) and 21116(tcp/udp), and hbbr listens to 21117(tcp). Be sure to open these ports in the firewall.
If you want to choose your own port, use the "-h" option to view the help.
3: Set the hbbs/hbbr address on the client
Click the menu button on the right side of ID as follows, and select "ID/Relay Server".
Enter the hbbs host or ip address in the ID server input box, and enter the hbbr host or ip address in the relay server input box.