I know linux version is beta and I would like to report this problem and don't know where. With hamachi on linux (debian) in gateway mode, https won't pass through.
Hamachi client (Windows PC) <-> Hamachi Gateway <-> Router switch port <-> Ubnt Edgerouter (no firewall rules or anything that could block connection, just a device we use to know if we can access management).
We tryed to do a Linux Gateway with a Raspberry PI B, Raspberry PI 2 (both with Raspberian) and a PC with Linux Mint 17.
In this scenario, with the 3 linux gateways, we are pinging the Edgerouter, can access it via ssh but if we try to access it via WebUI (http), we are redirected to https and then, nothing. I could send a pcap file from Windows PC and linux gateway if somebody want to check it.
If we use a Windows gateway instead, it work fine, we can access the Edgerouter's WebUI.
I am using hamachi on my raspberry pi to create a gateway network.
The gateway is the raspberry pi.
I am able to connect to my raspberry (or let me say gateway) by ssh and ftp (also from my mobile client) but if I try to connect to my router through its webui or if I try to connect to other machines (like IPCAM without the hamachi client installed) in the same LAN of the raspberry pi I am not able to connect to their webUI.
Have you solved this issue?
Can you help me on this issue?
Thanks VERY VERY MUCH a lot in advance.
do you already have a solution to do this?
I like to have the same one:
- rPi with Hamachi client as gateway
- so i can connect the rPi over the internet without portforwarding at the rPi side firewall
- and also connect other device at the rPi Lan side
The same for me.
I can ping all lan devices at the rPi Lan side (my gateway), but can't access their webinterface or other communication.
I hope support can help us and we can buy licenses for further professional use.
Anyone find a solution for this? I'm using Hamachi 184.108.40.206 in Ubuntu (16.04LTS) as indicated in https://www.vpn.net/linux but HTTPS don't work. Why don't work if is the recomended OS?