[Tutorial]How to use Hamachi and Creating / Joining a server

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[Tutorial]How to use Hamachi and Creating / Joining a server

Postby upnickBR » Mon Aug 05, 2013 6:56 pm

According to Fenglee, with the new update will maybe have to use hamachi, then I will give here a simple tutorial on how to use Hamachi.
I made this tutorial because I saw many people in doubt of how to use hamachi on the topic of advertising on the Multiplayer.


To download Hamachi, just click the link :https://secure.logmein.com/hamachi.msi
Install Hamachi and then run it



Creating a network

To create a network, go Network> Create a New Network

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In the Network window, enter the name of your network, then the password (any password)

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Ready, network created successfully saw how easy it is!?



Entering into an existing network

To join an existing network, go Network> Join an existing Network

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Then put the network name and password that the creator of the network you spent

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Okay, you entered the network of your friend


Creating a Server

Go Image and then Image

And configure you server and then Start button
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Then just pass the hamachi IP to your friend enter the server


Entering the server

Go Image and then Image

Then put the hamachi ip of your friend and have fun; 3

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Any doubt just ask me.

Sorry for my English, I'm Brazilian and I used google translator = /. (I am Brazilian)

Thanks to Feengle for doing this beautiful game, this is proof that graphics do not define gameplay.
Last edited by upnickBR on Sun Aug 25, 2013 3:42 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Re: [Tutorial]How to use hamachi

Postby Lyve » Mon Aug 05, 2013 7:22 pm

Thanks man, I was actually looking for this, the only bad thing about this is that I only know 1 person I could play with XD, maybe I ask the other Venezuelans here on the forum (same country=better connection). Anyway thanks.
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Re: [Tutorial]How to use hamachi

Postby upnickBR » Mon Aug 05, 2013 7:52 pm

Lyve wrote:Thanks man, I was actually looking for this, the only bad thing about this is that I only know 1 person I could play with XD, maybe I ask the other Venezuelans here on the forum (same country=better connection). Anyway thanks.


I thank you for that comment. See the school if you have not one friend who you play with, the forum also has several opportunities for friendships. = D
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Re: [Tutorial]How to use hamachi

Postby Titan Slayer » Mon Aug 05, 2013 8:48 pm

So does that mean Hamachi is global?
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Re: [Tutorial]How to use hamachi

Postby PuRe » Mon Aug 05, 2013 8:50 pm

I wanted to make this tutorial with ingame screenshots and such. Well anyway thanks for doing this.

Titan Slayer wrote:So does that mean Hamachi is global?


It is
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Re: [Tutorial]How to use hamachi

Postby Zeref » Tue Aug 06, 2013 12:08 am

Ive already tried hamachi with dungeon defenders but forgot it :lol:
Thanks , this''ll be really useful in the near future :D
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Re: [Tutorial]How to use hamachi

Postby Peanuts » Tue Aug 06, 2013 9:41 am

Thanks for this guide :D
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Re: [Tutorial]How to use hamachi

Postby upnickBR » Tue Aug 06, 2013 4:19 pm

Gehenna wrote:Ive already tried hamachi with dungeon defenders but forgot it :lol:
Thanks , this''ll be really useful in the near future :D

Nothing, thank you for the comment

Peanuts wrote:Thanks for this guide :D

^^
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Re: [Tutorial]How to use hamachi

Postby Accelevi » Wed Aug 07, 2013 11:08 pm

Two questions:
1. Is this secure? (Hacking, viruses, etc?)
2. Can a person tell what the IP of your network is or other possible data you might want to keep secret?
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Re: [Tutorial]How to use hamachi

Postby UsagiMaako » Thu Aug 08, 2013 7:17 am

Portforwarding is also an option.
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