Config eset for Hamachi

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by Billd59, Feb 12, 2012.

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  1. Billd59

    Billd59 Registered Member

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    I have Windows XP and eset 5. Eset Is blocking Hamachi from connect to other Hamachi. When I disable the firewall In Hamachi It works but It will not work with It enabled. Cam someone tell me how to config hamachi? I am new to eset so I don't know much about eset and configuring It.
     
  2. Marcos

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    I'd start off by switching firewall to learning mode for a while.
     
  3. Billd59

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    I will try that. I would like to learn how to config eset 5 to let Hamachi throw?
     
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    I set to learn mode. I have 3 computers with Hamachi and there all are set to learn mode. One computer has XP on It one has Vista and one has win 7 on It. The one with XP on It can ping the computer with win 7 on It but not the one with Vista on It. The computer with Vista can ping the computer with XP on It and can ping the Win 7 computer. The Win 7 computer can ping the XP computer but not the Vista computer. Otherword the vista can ping to other computers but can't get ping to. All the computers are on learn mode. Do you have any Idea what Is going on? It has something to do with Eset 5.
     
  5. Marcos

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    If you want to ping a computer with a firewall enabled, the IP address of the remote computer must be in the trusted zone in order to respond to ICMP packets.
     
  6. Billd59

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    How do you add to trust on eset 5?
     
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