Reply
New Contributor
jstechinla
Posts: 3
0

relayed tunnel of course

I have read a bunch of posts on this subject and have made the following changes to one of my client computers:
Port Forwarding setup within Hamachi 192.168.x.x 6002 UDP and 6003 TCP
Same ports opened on my router to same IP address
Added Hamachi to allowed applications on Windows firewall.

I still have a green dot for my server and a blue dot for my client. Any other ideas?
Other info: Yes, I have the commercial version
Yes, I have stopped and restarted Hamachi
Frequent Contributor
vanowm
Posts: 13
0

Re: relayed tunnel of course

Are you using any kind of software that are blocking IPs (PeerBlock, PeerGuardian, etc)?
New Contributor
jstechinla
Posts: 3
0

Re: relayed tunnel of course

Nope.
LogMeIn Contributor
Sean
Posts: 376
0

Re: relayed tunnel of course

Don't set the IP Address in the Hamachi software unless you have multiple internet/network connections.
Sean Keough
Product Specialist, LogMeIn Customer Support
New Contributor
jstechinla
Posts: 3
0

Re: relayed tunnel of course

"Don't set the IP Address in the Hamachi software unless you have multiple internet/network connections."

Define "multiple internet/network connections"? Does this mean multiple HAMACHI connections?

Frequent Contributor
n8mack33
Posts: 11
0

Re: relayed tunnel of course

Good question. I'm wondering the same thing. I can't browse (although I'm no longer getting blue dot) so I tried setting a TCP/UDP port in Hamachi and forwarding that port on my router and get nowhere still.

Also, should the TCP and UDP ports be different numbers? Does it matter what number I pick? I tried to use the default one from the FAQ.
Frequent Contributor
easyisle
Posts: 19
0

Re: relayed tunnel of course

I am also having this problem with no resolution.

What was changed in Hamachi2 that Hamachi1 had right?

I refuse to sign up for a commerical account until they prove this will not be a problem for our corporation.

so far they havent .. and I have started looking for other solutions.



Logmein .. when you get your act together please reply to this thread.
Frequent Contributor
n8mack33
Posts: 11
0

Re: relayed tunnel of course

My issue turned out to be a firewall issue (Norton). The documentation was not straightforward because there were 2 separate sets of instructions for allowing the exception and I had to do both. Ended up having some major failure though (not sure if it was related to Hamachi or not yet), and had to wipe everything and start from scratch. I'm now running W7 and haven't tried to reconfigure Hamachi yet.