So anyway, we now have Hamachi, EasyVPN, and now Tunngle. We will definitely have people split between different networks, sooner or later. This will eventually become a problem when the community get's bigger. IMHO, we should all merge into one VPN solution for now(or for u purists who will stick with just IP connecting) until Arcen Games make their own online solution (if I'm not mistaken).
The question is, which one?
Clearly the better choice is either Tungle or EasyVPN, as Hamachi has a limited number per group. With a few bugs to it attached. EasyVPN is also nice, but I get the feeling it's not supported much by Comodo. It also isn't that...gamer friendly. Tunngle looks pretty impressive. It's already been defined in many reviews as the "Hamachi for Gamers". The maker's of Tunngle are also regularly releasing updates for their program, showing that there is constant support for the program. There is also a small but active community making translations for the program and such, for it's still in beta. I find it to be the candidate as an appropriate solution long-term.
Although I did get a good 50 or so people into EasyVPN, I get the feeling it isn't "awesome in the pants" type of thing. So yeah...which egg do we pick from the batch? Hamachi, Tunngle, EasyVPN, wait for the developers or some alternative solution?