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Topic # 9033 15-Aug-2006 04:36
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So a few days back I posted about Hamachi being purchased by Logmein. Since then I've been toying around with the programme, finding out what I could do with it. I discovered an excellent little trick that you can pull off; if two (or more) systems are on a Hamachi network, and have iTunes open with sharing on, every person in the network can access any other individual's iTunes network. Definitely worthwhile for you and your friends to set up with one another  Cool

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Reply # 43967 15-Aug-2006 08:43
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Do you know if Hamachi needs any port open on a firewall (Incoming)? I couldn't find any information on their website. This is the only thing I am hanging on before installing it on a server.

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  Reply # 44067 16-Aug-2006 03:09
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Honestly I am not sure but I would reccomend you ask on their forums. They're really helpful and friendly there

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