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  • Internet LAN? YES!

    While trying to start an Online game of Silent Hunter 5 with ACOGrecon tonight, we ran into alot of trouble trying to connect to each others game. This lead to about an hour of the Google and we came across this neat little program. Basically, it allows you to set up a LAN online with the internet as your Hub.

    So if any of you want to relive your LAN days and have fun like you used to with the games of old, or you have trouble with setting up an online game you should check this out. Its free to download and use.

    What is Tunngle?
    Tunngle is a revolutionary peer to peer VPN solution that delivers the best online entertainment experience. What is so special about Tunngle?



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    Skip the troubleshooting work and focus on the entertainment. Tunngle virtual networks are the ideal place to play PC games with your friends over the internet, while enjoying all the commodities of a Local Area Network party.
    Making new friends is easy: enjoy some relaxed talk in the Tunngle lobby or jump into some game network and start playing. Having fun together is always the best way to make new friends.
    Of course, if you love discretion, you can also enjoy private direct chats with your friends after or before playing some game.
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    Re: Internet LAN? YES!

    There's also Hamachi.


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      I thought everyone already had Hamachi...
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        Re: Internet LAN? YES!

        Originally posted by cingularduality View Post
        i thought everyone already had hamachi...
        qft

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          Originally posted by CingularDuality View Post
          I thought everyone already had Hamachi...
          Where the heck where all of you smart people when we had our connection problems? lol.

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            dredge your so behind in the times :P

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              Thanks to OP (remember when OP referred to a specific person around here?....)

              I've never heard of Tunngle, but a quick Google search revealed a page that compares Hamachi to Tunngle. If it's accurate, I wouldn't rule out Tunngle without trying it.

              It's been a long time since I tried Hamachi for a game, and I recall being underwhelmed and disappointed. It will likely be a long time before I need this functionality, but I want it to work when that time comes, without hassle, and I'll certainly remember this thread. Thank you for sharing (even if Tunngle turns out to be a waste of time).
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                I have a person using hamachi as a glorified dropbox/remote access. I couldn't beleive it. She was a 70 year old church secretary lol. My only experience with hamachi was other people wanting to play cracked online games on private servers.

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                  Re: Internet LAN? YES!

                  I rank Tunngle over Hamachi. Simply because Hamachi wouldn't work no matter what I did, I could ping everyone, everything, but it just wouldn't work.

                  Tunngle on the other hand worked like a charm, same thing goes for Garena (same thing here, maybe even more user friendly but supports only a few games).
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                    Re: Internet LAN? YES!

                    Originally posted by Wyzcrak View Post
                    It's been a long time since I tried Hamachi for a game, and I recall being underwhelmed and disappointed. It will likely be a long time before I need this functionality, but I want it to work when that time comes, without hassle, and I'll certainly remember this thread. Thank you for sharing (even if Tunngle turns out to be a waste of time).
                    Last time I used Hamachi was to play Starcraft with you! I remember it working like a charm for some, and being frustrating for others. I remember playing some very fun games, though...
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