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Windows 7: Call of Duty World At War & Hamachi

13 Jul 2009   #11
l337

windows 7 7137 x64
 
 

The following steps are the least you'll need to do in order to play most games:


How the metrics and the Hamachi properties should look like in Vista.


1. After installing Hamachi, run it once and insure you've configured your firewall properly and have set port forwarding on your router(s) (if you have one).

2. Re-prioritize your network adapter order:
For XP/2000: Start > Control Panel > Network Connections, then, on the menu bar, click Advanced > Advanced Settings and put Hamachi at the top of the list.

For Vista: Start > Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center, then, on the left side panel, click on 'Manage Network Connections'. Now press Alt, click on Advanced > Advanced Settings and put Hamachi at the top of the list.

3. Configure the gateway and metrics:
In Network Connections right click on Hamachi > Properties, select TCP/IP(v4) > Properties > Advanced. Ensure that the default gateway is 5.0.0.1, if not, then add/edit it and set its metric to Automatic (this is the Gateway Metric).
Below 'Default gateways' tick 'Automatic metric' (this is the Interface Metric).

Quick notice: Some users have reported that their internet connection fails when Hamachi is turned on. Removing the Hamachi gateway (5.0.0.1) should resolve the problem. It is not known why this is happening, but it might be the ISP's fault. Entering a Gateway Metric manually (for example, the default "1500") can restore the internet connection, but gaming functionality may still not be available.
4. If you're running Vista disable TCP/IPv6 (untick it in the Hamachi properties)

5. If you're running Vista ensure that Hamachi appears in the 'Network and Sharing Center' as a 'Private Network' .
If it doesn't, then press customize (at Hamachi, of course) and set it to 'Private Network'.

6. Reboot.

7. Create/Join a Hamachi network and check to see if you can ping/chat with one another. If either one of these don't work ensure you haven't forgotten anything and check again. Still not working? check section 3.1 and 3.2 of the 'Advanced Guide' below.

8. The game host must be running Vista when playing with XP users!









I managed to get co-op working by:
1. Downloading hamachi 1.0.1.5 (Only working version)
2. Downloading Call.of.Duty.5.LANFiX (gamecopy world)

LanFiX is different from private server. Private server is for Multiplayer not co-op. In order for CO-OP to work you need LanFiX

3. Disable windows firewall
4. Launch via lanfix.exe in main folder
5. Co-op start server - disable pb and wait in lobby
6. Friend launches lanfix.exe
7. Friend goes find game and connects
8. Play game


People with Vista can play but they need to host

here s another source. hopefully you will be able to resolve your problems


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13 Jul 2009   #12
stealthy

Windows 7 X64 Build 7264
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by l337 View Post
The following steps are the least you'll need to do in order to play most games:


How the metrics and the Hamachi properties should look like in Vista.


1. After installing Hamachi, run it once and insure you've configured your firewall properly and have set port forwarding on your router(s) (if you have one).

2. Re-prioritize your network adapter order:
For XP/2000: Start > Control Panel > Network Connections, then, on the menu bar, click Advanced > Advanced Settings and put Hamachi at the top of the list.

For Vista: Start > Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center, then, on the left side panel, click on 'Manage Network Connections'. Now press Alt, click on Advanced > Advanced Settings and put Hamachi at the top of the list.

3. Configure the gateway and metrics:
In Network Connections right click on Hamachi > Properties, select TCP/IP(v4) > Properties > Advanced. Ensure that the default gateway is 5.0.0.1, if not, then add/edit it and set its metric to Automatic (this is the Gateway Metric).
Below 'Default gateways' tick 'Automatic metric' (this is the Interface Metric).

Quick notice: Some users have reported that their internet connection fails when Hamachi is turned on. Removing the Hamachi gateway (5.0.0.1) should resolve the problem. It is not known why this is happening, but it might be the ISP's fault. Entering a Gateway Metric manually (for example, the default "1500") can restore the internet connection, but gaming functionality may still not be available.
4. If you're running Vista disable TCP/IPv6 (untick it in the Hamachi properties)

5. If you're running Vista ensure that Hamachi appears in the 'Network and Sharing Center' as a 'Private Network' .
If it doesn't, then press customize (at Hamachi, of course) and set it to 'Private Network'.

6. Reboot.

7. Create/Join a Hamachi network and check to see if you can ping/chat with one another. If either one of these don't work ensure you haven't forgotten anything and check again. Still not working? check section 3.1 and 3.2 of the 'Advanced Guide' below.

8. The game host must be running Vista when playing with XP users!









I managed to get co-op working by:
1. Downloading hamachi 1.0.1.5 (Only working version)
2. Downloading Call.of.Duty.5.LANFiX (gamecopy world)

LanFiX is different from private server. Private server is for Multiplayer not co-op. In order for CO-OP to work you need LanFiX

3. Disable windows firewall
4. Launch via lanfix.exe in main folder
5. Co-op start server - disable pb and wait in lobby
6. Friend launches lanfix.exe
7. Friend goes find game and connects
8. Play game


People with Vista can play but they need to host

here s another source. hopefully you will be able to resolve your problems
This works!!! Thank you so so much!!! This needs to be stickied, because I'm sure many people will run into this problem. 1337 you truly are 1337, thanks brother!
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13 Jul 2009   #13
l337

windows 7 7137 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by stealthy View Post
This works!!! Thank you so so much!!! This needs to be stickied, because I'm sure many people will run into this problem. 1337 you truly are 1337, thanks brother!
Im gad that it worked, thanks
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27 Jul 2009   #14
rynio

 
 

Hello, i did that tutorial, but still have problem, i can't see any servers, only people can join to my server. But the mainly problem is when i'm starting the game, it is loading much time, and people get kicked "connection timed out" before the game starts...
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04 Aug 2009   #15
jpone

Windows 7
 
 

I have a similar problem too I followed your steps 1337, but my problem is when i host with win7 people can see my game that have vista or xp, but if the other person has win7 they cant see my game, or if the host is running win7 and I am on win7 I can see his game or sometimes it shows up but when you try to connect it says game session no longer available. both pc's have lanfix 1.5 and running latest version of hamachi also tried the older version as well with no luck, have no problems connecting to games when i host with XP and the other pc is on win7. firewalls are disable as well other games that I play on hamachi are fine. I also ran games as admin, please help, thanks in advance.
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04 Aug 2009   #16
l337

windows 7 7137 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jpone View Post
I have a similar problem too I followed your steps 1337, but my problem is when i host with win7 people can see my game that have vista or xp, but if the other person has win7 they cant see my game, or if the host is running win7 and I am on win7 I can see his game or sometimes it shows up but when you try to connect it says game session no longer available. both pc's have lanfix 1.5 and running latest version of hamachi also tried the older version as well with no luck, have no problems connecting to games when i host with XP and the other pc is on win7. firewalls are disable as well other games that I play on hamachi are fine. I also ran games as admin, please help, thanks in advance.
ok first every body that is going to play needs hamachi 1.0.1.5. second make sure all of you can ping each other. also make sure the other people that have windows 7 also follow those steps, then have them host the game again and try connecting
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04 Aug 2009   #17
l337

windows 7 7137 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by rynio View Post
Hello, i did that tutorial, but still have problem, i can't see any servers, only people can join to my server. But the mainly problem is when i'm starting the game, it is loading much time, and people get kicked "connection timed out" before the game starts...
do you have xp, vista or 7, also what do the other people have. ALso make sure your firewall isnt blocking them. Further everyone needs the same hamachi version 1.0.1.5 and they all need to run the game by lan fix
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05 Aug 2009   #18
jpone

Windows 7
 
 

I and the other person has windows 7 x64 ultimate (7600)RTM, I myself also have xp pro sp3, and we all have the same hamachi version. Both pc's ran wthout firewalls host and client. The wierd thing is that If i use xp and the other person is on windows7 I can host and he can host and we can both connect to each other but if we both use windows7 I cant see any games if he hosts and he cant see any games if i host. both using same lan fix, running as admin.
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05 Aug 2009   #19
l337

windows 7 7137 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jpone View Post
I and the other person has windows 7 x64 ultimate (7600)RTM, I myself also have xp pro sp3, and we all have the same hamachi version. Both pc's ran wthout firewalls host and client. The wierd thing is that If i use xp and the other person is on windows7 I can host and he can host and we can both connect to each other but if we both use windows7 I cant see any games if he hosts and he cant see any games if i host. both using same lan fix, running as admin.
The problem may then have to be hamachi, many people reported this error. you could try wippien, it is like hamachi in sense.
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30 Sep 2009   #20
jpone

Windows 7
 
 

the new version (2.0.1.62) of Hamachi work with windows 7 just follow same steps as above posts.
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