Are you sure you're using the correct Hamachi IP?
On November 19th, all Hamachi IPs everywhere changed. The reason is that the 5.x.x.x IP-space, which Hamachi has always used because it was never in use anywhere else, began to be publicly routed (ie. used).
In a somewhat humorous twist, Hamachi decided to begin using the UK's Ministry of Defense's IP ...
LogMeIn Hamachi is a virtual private network (VPN)[...]. It is capable of establishing direct links between computers that are behind network address translation ("NAT") firewalls without requiring reconfiguration (when the user's PC can be accessed directly without relays from the Internet/WAN side); in other words, it establishes a connection over the ...
Hamachi is not a simple tool, it emulates a virtual network card which requires the use of custom drivers.
The latest release of Hamachi fixes the issue, upgrade and follow their instructions on fixing it http://help.logmein.com/articles/en_US/ReleaseNote/LogMeIn-Hamachi-for-Windows-2-2-0-383/?l=en_US&c=products%3Almihamachi2&fs=...
Hamachi uses internal routing protocols. Basically, this means that all IP addresses are never exposed to the public web.
Inside your house, your IP address is 192.168.1.15. As you have obviously seen with trying to host a Minecraft server, your friends cannot connect to that IP address, because your friend isn't on your router. If your friend was at ...
If my other answer does not help, the most common problem with Hamachi is not having it set as the default adapter (this isn't always necessary; it seems to be hit-or-miss with some games).
Here is a guide for doing that in XP/Windows 2k. To do it in Vista/7:
Go to start --> control panel --> Network and Internet --> View Network Status and Tasks --> ...
Voobly. This software works great. Opening up a game room in the lobby, have your friends join and then you're good to go. The only problem is that when the game opens up, Voobly will take control of your mouse to set up the game, an when this is done you must take control back by switching windows using Alt+Tab or Windows+Tab, then back again.
Try going into
(On Windows 7/8) Control Panel -> Network and Internet -> Network Connections
(On Windows XP) Control Panel > Network and Internet Connections
You should see a bunch of icons for your different network connections.
Go into the menu at the top (if it is hidden, press the Alt key to show it). This is the menu that says File, Edit, View etc.
Ok so a couple of things.
Check your firewall in case that is stopping it
Have you set up the server right? You obviously know how Hamachi works, so you know about the IPv4 to use as the ip right? Well you need to go into the server settings and copy and paste your IPv4 adress into the option in there that says 'server-ip=' paste that there. This might be ...
I think you've got your wires a little crossed for this one.
The always-on nature of a server doesn't really have anything to do with the networking side. As long as hamachi is running, and logged in, and the server program is running, people will be able to connect to your server.
if you shutdown the machine, you will need to start hamachi and the ...
This done assuming we are on Windows, yet configuration should be the same as other platforms
So you want to connect to a server on your local network, but - understandably - you don't want to connect from your PC, through VPN encryption, to your modem, to Hamachi, back to your modem, again with encryption, to your PC/Server, back and forth.
As far as I ...
You don't need an hamachi account for it to work, but signing up an account allows you to save the network.
For both of you to play together, simply get your cousin to join the network you created, either finding the network name or by the IP address.
You don't need hamachi, just download hyperlobby (where almost all the people host their games) register an account and host a game, if you put a password only your friends could join.
It's important to open the port 21000, besides that there is no problem.
If you need further information just ask
Hamachi is creating a virtual LAN network for users.
Yes, both users need to use Hamachi.
Back at 2008, me and my friends were using it. Since then, I've never used. A user creates a room at Hamachi, other users join that room. We were using it with Counter Strike, Half-Life and The Lord of the Rings Battle for Middle Earth 2. As soon as we joined the same ...
Friend1 seems to have increased ping communicating with your specific location.
Ping is hard to diagnose without more detail, but it sounds to me like he is farther away from you than Friend2.
When Friend2 hosts, he is likely more centralized to both You and Friend1.
It's possible that network hardware on either side may be playing a role in this, but ...
There is one thing you haven't specified: Are you unable to connect to your own server? Or are your friends unable to connect but you aren't? Or perhaps, your friends are but you cannot?
That missing information asside, I have some more questions:
Is the server actually generating a world, and the files associated? (assuming you have accepted the EULA (...
So basically a lot of people have this problem, like lot's.
So this is what i'd do. maybe you'v done this but, might help!
First: Make sure all three of you have hamachi open. Then YOU have to make a new network on the same hamachi.
Second: After that give the details of the hamachi's address and password to all three of you.
Third: Check that the list of ...
There's a pretty low tech workaround that worked for me on the older versions of hamachi (e.g. 184.108.40.206) which have now been shut down.
Disconnect your ethernet cable (or disable your local network connection)
Start Age of Mythology
Reconnect your ethernet cable (or enable your local network connection)
Host/Join a game
Each player will have to perform ...