Recently I've been unable to connect to my Minecraft server which I play on with a friend. It seems my friend has been able to access it just fine, but every time I try to connect I get the error:
connection lost: timed out
The strange thing is, this happened seemingly out of nowhere while I was playing two days ago. I lost my connection to the server while I was playing, and then when I tried to reconnect, I got this error. I've looked all over the internet for a solution, but I've tried everything that was suggested: my firewall is completely turned off, and I have set both inbound and outbound rules for hamachi. Resetting the server doesn't seem to help, nor does restarting my machine. Does anyone have a solution to this problem?
I've seen a somewhat similar problem raised in this question, but all of its answers either don't work for me, or are not applicable because I'm using Hamachi instead of port forwarding. My firewall settings have not changed since I was previously able to connect--same for my router/modem settings. IPconfig is not applicable because I'm using the IP address given to me by Hamachi, not the IP address of my machine. I didn't specify a port when I was initially able to connect. Additionally, the IP address of the Hamachi network I'm using hasn't changed since I was able to connect. And I can confirm that I do indeed have a working internet connection. Therefore I conclude that my problem is an entirely separate one from the one raise in this question.