How to Configure Home LAN Behavior for Gateway Network Members
Control how gateway network members should behave when they are physically located in the same network as the gateway (the "Home LAN").
- On the LogMeIn.com web site, go to the page.
Result: Your Hamachi networks and clients are listed.
- On the My Networks page, click Edit next to the network you want to work with.
Result: The Edit Network page is displayed.
- Select the Settings tab.
- Under Home LAN Behavior, select one of the following options:
Option Description Disable members going online in the host network Authentication errors may occur if a client logs in to a gateway network from a Hamachi network and a physical network IP address. Choose this option to prevent members from going online to the gateway when they are physically located in the same network as the gateway. All network resources remain available through the physical network.Tip: Ensure that ICMP traffic on the gateway is not blocked by a firewall. Disable network stack components Choose this option to allow members to go online to the gateway when they are physically located in the same network as the gateway. When this option is selected, the stack components of the Hamachi network adapter are turned off. This resolves potential conflicts by preventing the operating system from attempting to authenticate through the Hamachi adapter toward the domain controller. Members go online in the gateway network. All local network resources remain available through both the physical and the Hamachi network. This option is useful if a user has limited access to the physical network resources but can have unlimited access to the same resources through the Hamachi network.Tip: Ensure that ICMP traffic on the gateway is not blocked by a firewall. Do not restrict members Choose this option to allow members to attempt to go online when they are physically located in the same network as the gateway. If you experience authentication problems, choose one of the above options.
- Click Save.
Article last updated: 27 September, 2022