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11.19.2012 Changes to Hamachi on November 19th
Hamachi is introducing some modifications on November 19th to make sure service is the best it can be.
Here’s what’s new:
- To give you better access to a growing portion of the Internet, Hamachi is moving to a new IP range. Connections between computers might drop for a few seconds during the switch, but most of you won’t even notice.
- Currently Hamachi can stay open in the background so you’re always connected to unattended computers. We’re moving this feature to only paid subscriptions to help fund future improvements. Please note that for casual, personal use, Hamachi will still be free. But if you run Hamachi as a service, you can choose from our subscription packages, starting at just $29/year.
Enhance your Hamachi experience with more features and more computers. Upgrade to a subscription package before November 19th and save $10.
The Hamachi Team
Please note the following Hamachi changes:
1. As a result of upcoming enhancements to the Hamachi service, those using old clients must update to continue connecting to Hamachi servers. Those who do not update their client to the supported versions by July 30th, 2012 will be unable to connect. Please visit the LogMeIn Download Page to update if you are using versions prior to:
2. LogMeIn Hamachi has introduced Dynamic IP Address Assignment. This update will auto-assign new IPs to clients which have been continuously offline for more than one month.
Introducing new, flexible pricing for users looking to grow the size of their networks with a more affordable plan.
Hamachi users will now benefit as a result of new client-based, tiered pricing:
|Free||up to 5/network||Free|
|Multi-network||up to 256/unlimited networks||$199.00/yr|
My Networkspage on LogMeIn.com. (For those managing their network from their desktop, first connect the client to a web account by selecting ,
Attach to LogMeIn accountfrom the System menu, and then proceed to your
LogMeIn Hamachi has a new home at vpn.net. A secure hosted VPN service to extend LAN-like network connectivity, Hamachi is quick, easy to use and can be downloaded for free at vpn.net. Here you can also log in to your account, learn about product updates as well as centralize and manage your networks with Hamachi.
Along with the launch of vpn.net, Hamachi has new updates available for Windows, Macs and Linux (beta) that include support for IPv6. The IPv6 protocol means that there are now a virtually limitless number of IP addresses that can be used with Hamachi VPNs. New and existing Hamachi VPNs will continue to leverage IPv4 addresses and fully support IPv6. The transition to IPv6 will be seamless for existing Hamachi users.