How to get games work with Hamachi on Windows 7


NAT-Routing and port-forwarding

If your internet connection is NAT-routed, it is possible that you have to add port-forwarding settings to your router. Here is the ports that Hamachi uses:

TCP 12975 (initiator port)
TCP 32976 (session port)
UDP 17771 (relay connection port)

I checked my network monitor:

Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 - Network Monitor

Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 – Network Monitor

Hamachi is currently using 12975, but its good to forward all of those 3 ports.

So that’s it! Me and my friends setup Hamachi like this, and we can ping each other and see created LAN games. We have played Torchlight 2, WarCraft 3, Supreme Commander 1, etc etc…



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  • bilbo

    I am stuck on No.9 where is advanced, you have gone from no.8 to no.9 not telling us how?

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  • blackchow

    hey, so i’ve followed your steps before and they worked out fine, but i recently had to reinstall hamachi and now the settings applied in step 10 won’t save after i restart my computer (and it says i have to restart my computer for the settings to actually be applied). any idea why this might be and what i can do? i’ve tried it a hundred times.

  • Dhruv

    I did all the steps above mentioned still my friends cant see it.
    help me out please

  • Dhruv

    help me plz. I did all the steps above mentioned but my friends cant see my server and neither can I see their server. i have posted a screen shot also below in another post

  • EmeraldPlay

    It works 😀

  • KodicGR

    I’m in Windows 10 and thus step 24 is IMPOSSIBLE.

  • Khoa Hipi

    I can’t see the hamachi in step 6

  • Ziemowit Łoś-Kamiński

    step 6. I can’t see Hamachi in “Adapters and Bindings” window. What to do now? (I did step 3 wrong, I lanched the program…)