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  • LogMeIn Hamachi icon

    LogMeIn Hamachi

    LogMeIn Hamachi is a hosted VPN service that securely connects devices and networks, extending LAN-like network connectivity to mobile users, distributed teams and...

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux

    • LogMeIn Hamachi only really gives you a local IP address IMO Guest • Jul 2017 • 1 agrees and 0 disagrees Disagree   Agree
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    DynVPN

    DynVPN is an online service that allows you to create and manage your own virtual private network with the goal to keep it simple.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux Raspberry Pi

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    P2PVPN

    P2PVPN creates a virtual private network for you which behaves like a physical network (e.g. your network at home). But instead of using an Ethernet cable to connect...

    Free Open Source Windows Linux

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    • Discontinued The project is no longer developed. Last version, 0.8, released in December 2010, can be still downloaded from SourceForge.
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    Tinc VPN

    tinc is a Virtual Private Network (VPN) daemon that uses tunnelling and encryption to create a secure private network between hosts on the Internet.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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    Garena Plus

    Garena is a free downloadable software provided by Ocean Global Holding. Garena, short for Global Arena, is a multifunction platform that allows gamers to chat...

    Free Windows

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    WireGuard

    WireGuard is an extremely simple yet fast and modern VPN that utilizes state-of-the-art cryptography. It aims to be faster, simpler, leaner, and more useful than IPSec...

    Free Open Source Linux

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    Grappl

    Grappl is a tool that lets you host virtually any type of server anywhere, with no port forwarding! People connecting don't have to download anything to connect...

    Free Mac Windows Linux

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    • Discontinued Service is currently on standby mode
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    NetOverNet

    NetOverNet is your personal virtual private network (VPN) server for remote access to desktop (RDP, VNC), applications and files. Free alternative to Hamachi

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Tunngle Comments

Comment by Rhu
about Tunngle · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

More people should look into Tunngle, if ever I have a problem with Hamachi and online LAN, Tunngle works. Not only that but if I want to play online LAN with random people you can. No need to know a IP and password. Just join the correct room on Tunngle and you can play with random people in-game.

The UI is big and obnoxious (full size banner adds? really guys?) when your used to hamachi's little box, but this is the only product I've found to actually be usable while replacing all of hamachi's functionality. The other ones out there all have either some major flaw, falsely claim to be zero config but require a lot of setup and troubleshooting, lack needed features, or just plain fail to work. And ever since hamachi's free version became crippleware my gaming group has been looking for a replacement.

Also please take my apparent bashing of the UI with a grain of salt. This company is trying to give you a community in addition to a VPN product, and while that is not what I and my friends are looking for the design makes sense from that perspective.

And the annoying advert helps keep it free. I just wish I could make my interface screen slimmer on content so it could sit in a corner quietly like hamachi did.

Now if only we could easily get our mac and linux machines on the same network. Sigh.

[Edited by Forg, October 28]

Looks like I accidentally replied to a comment, instead of creating a new comment.

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