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Discussion in 'other software & services' started by ThunderZ, Mar 29, 2007.

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  1. ThunderZ

    ThunderZ Registered Member

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    TeamViewer
    Get it HERE
     
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    To pass through routers, the free Teamviewer needs Dyngate, which is a paid product.
    Do I understand this right?

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  3. Rilla927

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    This looked interesting so I started looking around at their site and found something that refers to the commercial version only I'm assuming, about the encryption of the data transfer. See pic.
     

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    Maybe it works as expected when you run the free Teamviewer over the free Hamachi?
     
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    What´s the difference between VNC and Teamviewer? Because I´ve been runing VNC in conjunction with Hamachi for the same purpose and it works great so it seems to me that this Teamviewer doesn´t add anything new that had already existed before, or?... /C.
     
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  6. snom

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    VNC is the technology on which several vnc-derivates are based on like Ultra-VNC, tightvnc and also TeamViewer.

    Hamachi is a application with allows you to create a VPN-connection between you and a partner.

    You can use TeamViewer in combination with Hamachi, but it's not necessary.

    TeamViewer includes DynGate, which allows you to connect to computers behind firewalls, proxy-servers, nat-routers without changing any configuration on your side or partner's side.
     
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    Thank you for the information\clarification Snom. Very interesting app. Will have to play with it when time permits.
     
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