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Title: Redemption Multiplayer over Tunngle
Post by: Signothorn on 2011-04-18, 18:05:56
Okay, Hamachi sucks and you can never find a player on. Tunngle automatically configures itself with network priority ect and you have one large lobby of up to 255 players at a time for Redemption. Log in and it works, nuff said.

http://www.tunngle.net/community/files/category/1-tunngle-client/ (http://www.tunngle.net/community/files/category/1-tunngle-client/)

In the RPG tab, you'll find Vampire the Masquerade: Redemption. clock on it and connect like you did over Hamachi in the past via Multiplayer LAN.
Title: Re: Redemption Multiplayer over Tunngle
Post by: EtaYorius on 2011-04-18, 20:14:35
I tried this one but somehow keeps saying i cannot connect, so... useless.
Title: Re: Redemption Multiplayer over Tunngle
Post by: Signothorn on 2011-04-18, 21:06:32
I just saw you in the prog but I was too late. I wasn't in-game, what were you trying to connect to?  ::)
Title: Re: Redemption Multiplayer over Tunngle
Post by: EtaYorius on 2011-04-19, 12:06:05
Just wanted to test it, somehow newer version fixed my problems...
Title: Re: Redemption Multiplayer over Tunngle
Post by: Tromador on 2011-06-20, 02:52:18
Well - I gave this a go and it does seem to work extremely well. Both the in game chat lobby and game connections came up and I was able to enter a multiplayer game across the Internet for the first time in a very long time indeed.

My criticism is that there seem to be a lot of lag issues. The bandwidth across the virtual network is very poor indeed at times. I imagine this is because all traffic is routed through a central Tunngle hub which is struggling with the load. I did notice that whilst connected up, all other Internet traffic went at snail's pace.

When I was hosting, Batgirl was clicking and waiting some seconds for movement, the other way around I had 0-3 seconds of wait.

We'll try again another night and see how it gets along.

Might inspire me to give Hamachi another try, though I've never had any luck with it at all.