We've now added support for IPv6 within Hamachi. This is part of our commitment to lead IPv6 adoption as well as ensure our users continue to get the highest quality of service. Enabling Hamachi to use the IPv6 protocol means that there are now a virtually limitless number of IP addresses which can be used with Hamachi VPNs. Existing and new Hamachi VPNs will continue to leverage IPv4 addresses in addition to full support for IPv6.
From an end-user perspective, the IPv6 transition will be seamless for existing Hamachi users. Hamachi hosts will be updated automatically, but you can also update Windows and Mac hosts manually by clicking “check for updates” under the help menu.
We've also added the ability for new and existing users to log in to Hamachi's secure VPN service quickly and easily at VPN.net.
And finally, if you're not aware of the Hamachi beta for Linux, don't forget to check it out here.
This information and more can be found at http://b.LogMe.In (our LogMeIn product blog).