Hamachi VPN Dot Color Indicators

Hamachi VPN Dot Color Indicators

What do the Different Color Indicators Mean in VPN Hamachi?

A circle in front of each peer on your Hamachi list is a status indicator.

The color of this indicator reflects the status of the connection between you and a peer.

Color                       Description

grey                       The peer is offline.
blinking green       The client is trying to establish connection to the peer.
solid green            There is a direct link between the client and the peer.
blue                       There is a relay tunnel between the client and the peer.

You may have to set a static TCP or UDP port for Hamachi to use. This is generally necessary when you have a computer behind a router or NAT device and its support of NAT is poor. In this case, you should set up a static port forward on the router/NAT, and then fix a static port in Hamachi.

For information about setting up a port forward rule, see www.PortForward.com.
red     Traffic is blocked between the client and the peer.
Right-click on the peer to find out why communication is blocked.
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