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Old March 19, 2009, 02:04 PM
fratchwaggon fratchwaggon is offline
Join Date: Jan 2008
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the main point to a vpn extra-lan is that you can play multiple games with a group of people just lik at a lan and you can host or switch to any other game at any time. a vent server will get you talking. NO WHERE NEAR as much fun as a lan but a good alternative to as aposed to conventional single dedicated server box.

One thing Im wanted to try was setting up a simple VPN with Caplan, Ctoan and a lan some where else ion vancouver. CapLAN has a full 100 up / 100 down connection to the internet right in to he main fiber line through the university, Ctoan has a similay type of connection. with that there is more then enough room to manage a vpn main point and then tunnel to any other lan in BC, Alberta, washingtom of origon. If we can get someone in eastern canada with a good university grade uplink then we can patch them in to. in short i would love to do a mass cross canada + northen us lan. getting 1000+ people on one network would be something to brag about. BUT lag is a big factor so the closer the connetion is to the fiber in the area the better. vancouver fiber to ottowa fiber is 20-30ms depending how many times you switch from any of the 8 fiber systems.
Lower MainLAN is our large scale annual lanparty
Lower MainLAN 250 People May 17th - 18th 2009
Anime Evolution LAN 2 is a popular Add on to The annual anime con Anime Evolution. This year there will be over 7000 people at the new Vancouver convention center.
LAN 100 PC, 80 console
CapLAN is the longest running lanparty in Vancouver. Its a frequent casual lan hosted at Capilano University.
CapLAN 17 80 People TBA (September 2009)
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