Posted on Tuesday, October 03 2006 @ 00:33:25 CEST by LSDsmurf
Modified Hamachi to fall back to low-speed relays if direct p2p connection
is not possible. Earlier versions required explicit opt-in for this feature.
Per-tunnel bandwidth for low-speed relaying has been increased to 8
KB/sec. Strictly speaking this is a relay-side option, but it is listed here
to provide a context for the previous item.
Added one-time warning messages that are displayed when Hamachi encounters
'unreachable' or 'low-speed relayed' tunnels for the first time. These
messages link to the
following web page that explains details of each condition
Added an option for compressing peer-to-peer traffic. The algorithm used
is a standard 'deflate' (also used in RFC'd IPCOMP, TLS and others).
Depending on the type of the traffic the compression rate may be as high as
Tunnel compression is a global client-side preference. The traffic is
compressed between any two clients that have this option enabled.
This is premium feature, both sides of the tunnel are required to be premium
account holders. To enable the feature add the line 'Compression 1' to
hamachi-override.ini file. See 188.8.131.52 release notes for details.
Updated logo images in Hamachi installer.
Singed all binaries with LogMeIn publisher certificate. This is the reason
for installation package size increase.
Added a number of provisions to improve compatibility with Vista. Hamachi
should now install on recent Vista betas without any external tweak.
NOTE that there is a known bug in Vista that may result in Hamachi's window
getting all screwed up when it is resized or moved. This is a bug in Aero
(transparent glassy window thingy), it is not Hamachi-specific, Microsoft has
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