Mac and Windows platforms have graphical interfaces that provide tray or task bar icons.
All platforms have the zerotier-cli command line interface which can be used to join and leave networks and check the status of the zerotier-one service.
Get your ZeroTier address and check the service status
200 info 998765f00d 1.2.13 ONLINE
Join, leave, and list networks. Remember, ZeroTier networks are 16-digit IDs that look like
200 join OK
200 leave OK
200 listnetworks 8056c2e21c000001 earth.zerotier.net 02:99:35:84:f9:dc OK PUBLIC 18.104.22.168/7
List Networks Output:
You're up and running on this network!
Negotiating with the network Controller. This could take about a minute. If it takes much longer, see Router Configuration Tips.
Typo in the Network ID?
You node needs to be Authorized on this network (via my.zerotier.com). Talk to you friendly network administrator.
Something went wrong with the ZeroTier installer.
PORT_ERROR on Mac
On Linux, make sure the
tun driver is loaded.
“missing authentication token and authtoken.secret not found (or readable)”
If you get this error message, you’re likely trying to run zerotier-cli from a non-administrative account. On macOS, Linux, or other Unix based systems, use sudo zerotier-cli. On Windows, use an Administrator Command Prompt.