If you want someone on the internet to access a service/port on your local system(and you have access to a remote server), you can use SSH Tunnel to do this.
Step 1: Configure the Remote Server
/etc/ssh/sshd_config file – you’ll need Root privileges for this. Make sure these values are set…
AllowTcpForwarding no GatewayPorts yes
Once this is done, restart the SSH Server on the remote server using
sudo service ssh restart
Step 2: Run this command on the system that should be accessed…
ssh -nNT -R REMOTE_PORT:localhost:LOCAL_PORT USER@SERVER
ssh -nNT -R 8080:localhost:80 firstname.lastname@example.org
Now, just point the browser to
http://binnya.com:8080 and the browser will connect to
localhost:80. You can change port numbers to access other services.
Source: A visual guide to SSH tunnels