Difference between NetOverNet and Hamachi? We make your work easier not make holes in your pocket.
Hamachi is a LogMeIn product and the most popular tool for creating virtual private networks. Both Hamachi and NetOverNet help create virtual private networks, but do it in different ways.
Don’t pay when you don’t need to.
If Hamachi, which has recently gone commercial, no longer appears affordable for you, NetOverNet will facilitate the work with business applications and provide access to remote documents and desktops. All of this completely free of charge.
NetOverNet has high-performance servers around the world. Connections are made through the nearest server to avoid performance drops. The main advantage of Hamachi — direct connection — is its main drawback at the same time. Hamachi tries to establish a direct connection between computers by trying to “ram” NAT. There are two possible scenarios: everything goes well or a direct connection cannot be established and the connection speed drops to a few kilobits per second.
Connect to a network without much hassle
In order to organize remote access using Hamachi, you need to install an application with the same name. With NetOverNet, you can work without it and easily configure the connection on your own. Our service is supported (by default) by all major operating systems, and you can connect any device to it: Android and iOS smartphones, tablets and even hardware routers.
Connect without IP-related problems
Hamachi uses the 25.x.x.x IP range for client connections. Therefore, the part of the Internet falling within this range will not work on systems with a Hamachi client application installed. NetOverNet uses addresses that were specially assigned to virtual networks by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). You can choose any range of 192.168.X.x addresses for your virtual network (just make sure that the selected range is not used in your physical LAN).