When I tried to connect to one of my friends to try out a minecraft mod with her...
Local results: Adapter configuration: OK Traffic test: OK Peer results: [189-401-324] Adapter configuration: OK Traffic test: Inbound traffic blocked, check firewall settings
... I wasn't able to; I got this message from the diagnose system. I completely disabled both windows and my router firewall, and disabled AVG as well, but still couldn't get a ping to work on them.
The diagnosis shows that the firewall settings are wrong on your peer's computer.
She should modify the settings, not you.
I also have a problem with the inbound traffic but what is peer results suposed to mean
Local results: Adapter configuration: OK Traffic test: OK Peer results: [185-297-436] Adapter configuration: OK Traffic test: Inbound traffic blocked, check firewall settings
The peer result means that the firewall settings of the _other_computer_ are not properly configured.
Let your peer (friend, colleague, etc) know that they need to allow Hamachi through their firewall for a proper and flawless connection.
My friend has Hamachi installed and up to date. But on Windows Firewall under Inbound Rules, LogMeIn Hamachi isn't even listed. If my friend diagnoses me within my own network, it has the same peer problem on his end. I have all the LogMeIn fields on my Inbound Rules trusted.
I suggest creating an Inbound & Outbound rule for Hamachi. That's the best way to ensure it works properly.
I'm usinbg WIndows 10 but I'm sure it similar. If using WIndows FIrewall, you need to set a rule/exception for Himachi. If using AVG (I am using Ultimate) here is my response to the AVG community:
I recently had this problem when I started using Himachi again with AVG Ultimate and found that you need to add a "packet rules" named Himachi, Action - Allow, Protocol - All (probably could limit to TCP or UDP but decided not to try), Direction - In/Out, Address - blank. This is to be set on all computers accessing the Himachi network. This is under AVG Menu> Settings> Components> Enhanced Firewall > Policies.
Himachi dedicates a specific IP address to each client so you can enter each client in the Address column but they would require multiple entries and I found it was not necessary. All my network settings are set to "Private."