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A Growing Hamachi Server {RE-OPENED} 7/7/2012! 
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Post A Growing Hamachi Server {RE-OPENED} 7/7/2012!
Re-Opened my Hamachi Server.. for about the 3rd time. Join if you wish.

We play snes games (I prefer mostly platformers, and on occasion I will play fighting/shooters)

Network: Dooberz
Password: snes

You can post your own hamachi server here on this thread too if you'd like.(But ABSOLUTELY NO ADVERTISING your own network if you join my network.)

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Mon Aug 29, 2011 1:56 am
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(Old comment removed, but basically.. ignore it)

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Sun Oct 09, 2011 10:19 pm
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Ryerye64 wrote:
My hamachi server seems like the only one getting buisness... :lol:

My hamachi server has several people who are actually interactive.
We play games, chill, chat, and get along! :D
If you want to join and have fun also my Hamachi server info is..

Network: Dooberz
Password: snes
Backup Server (in case 1st one is full)
Network: Dooberz+
Password: snes

You can post your own hamachi server here too if you'd like.

you dont need hamachi to play zsnes online. all you need is zsnes 1.42 that can be found on zsnes.com and then go on google and search (my ip) and then use that ip to play with annyone online. i use to use hamachi for vba link. and then i got stuck on an old computer that was incompatible with hamachi and was forced into finding another way to use netplay. and thats wen i found out that google searching (my ip) gives you the ip that allows you to connect to others. i would like to never have to see another hamachi topic now that i know you do not need hamachi for netplay.


Wed Mar 21, 2012 1:51 pm
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(Comment where I had no idea what I was talking about. Ignore it.)

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Sun Jul 08, 2012 12:45 am
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Ryerye64 wrote:
Dude. Searching "MyIP" gives you your direct cpu IP which is DANGEROUS to give to others.

A. There's no such thing as a "direct cpu IP"
B. Your IP address being publicly available is kinda sort-of mandatory for the internet to work. Every single action you take on the internet is accompanied with a broadcast of your IP to a lot of different machines.

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Do you even know what Hamachi is? It's an alternate way for LAN servers without using your original IP. If you keep giving your IP out to others your computer could get hacked bro..

Do you actually know what a VPN is? Because you kind of have the security situation completely backwards. A "normal" connection across the internet is SAFER than a VPN connection.

You shouldn't invite people onto your Hamachi network that you don't trust, as creating a virtual LAN so they appear to be on a private network rather than the internet bypasses some security.



Basically, what I'm saying is you do not understand how networking works, and your voodoo computing advice is at best providing you and others with a false sense of security.

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DirectInput represents all bits, not just powers of 2 in an axis.


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but for those who behind 10.xxx.xxx.xxx ....


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(Yup)

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Sun Jul 08, 2012 8:14 pm
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Nope. Just let it die on its own.

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You actually took my comments to heart and didn't come back arguing about how wrong I was?

That's what I've come to expect from people, and I'm pleasantly surprised.
There's hope for humanity yet!

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You have your 2s, 4s, 8s, 16s, 32s, 64s, and 128s(crash course in binary counting!). But no 1s.
DirectInput represents all bits, not just powers of 2 in an axis.


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