Connecting via Proxy
If your computer uses a proxy to connect to the Internet, you can configure it here. By default, Hamachi tries to do this based on your settings in Internet Explorer, but there are some instances, such as when IE uses a script, that it cannot do this for you.
You can choose to disable, use Internet browser settings, or manually configure the proxy server address/IP and port.
If your proxy requires a username and password for access.
If you specifically need to login to your proxy server to get Internet access, enter the username and password here.
Connecting through NAT
Hamachi uses intelligent technology to try and provide the most easy, seamless, and trouble-free connections possible. Sometime this isn't possible due to existing network configurations in your environment, your ISP, or other reasons. In this case, you can use specific ports to bypass these issues.
To configure a static UDP port for Hamachi to use on incoming connections, use the UDP Port option and specify the port to use.
To configure a static TCP port for Hamachi to use on incoming connections, use the TCP Port options and specify the port to use.
You must forward these ports from your router to the Hamachi machine you configure them on. If you do this on more than one machine, each one needs a separate port to avoid conflicts.
The button for Detailed Configuration is in the Hamachi:Preferences: Status menu.