|Initial release||March 27, 2008|
|Operating system||FreeBSD, Linux, OpenWrt, Mac OS X, Unix, Windows, Android|
|License||GNU General Public License|
Unlike many other VPN programs, n2n can also connect computers which reside behind NAT routers. These connections are set up with help from a third computer that both computers can reach. This computer, called a supernode, can then route the information between NATed nodes.
Turbo VPN is a custom Windows server/client implementation of n2n.
- "Using n2n with Amazon (AWS) EC2". 10 February 2014. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
- http://www.ntop.org/products/n2n/ : "[the supernode] is basically a directory register and a packet router for those nodes that cannot talk directly"
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