Lan over the Net?

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Supan0v4,

Would you please explain this program.....what is Lan over the net ? Is this like connecting 2 pc's to use the net (networking with-out routers). And how Secure is this program ??
 

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Promotion of P2P is generally discouraged at TSG.
At: http://www.hamachi.cc/howitworks
Hamachi is a UDP-based virtual private networking system. Its peers utilize the help of a 3rd node called mediation server to locate each other and to boot strap the connection between themselves. The connection itself is direct and once it's established no traffic flows through our servers.

Hamachi is not just truly peer-to-peer, it is verifiably secure peer-to-peer.

Believe it or not, but we are able to successfully mediate p2p connections in roughly 97% of all cases we dealt with so far (few tens of thousands as of early March). This includes peers sitting behind different firewalls and/or broadband routers (aka NAT devices). It is high-tech and it is really cool :)



http://forums.hamachi.cc/viewtopic.php?t=2350
HOWTO: Run a private Gnutella2 Hub on Hamachi using Shareaza


This appears to be for file sharing.
Why is this allowed and bittorrent not?
 

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It does appear to be a lot like P2P. With that in mind, the thread is closed. Please read the forum rules, especially the part about P2P applications.
 
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