Join a Network

Command Line

From the command line simply type zerotier-cli join ################ with ############### being the 16-digit network ID of the network you wish to join. On UNIX based OSes, this requires sudo. On Windows, this requires an administrator command prompt.

MacOS and Windows

On macOS, find the ZeroTier app in your menu bar. Launch the UI if it's not already running. Click the ⏁ icon and select Join Network.

On Windows, the app lives in the system tray. Right click on the ZeroTier icon and select Join Network.

Simply enter the network ID you wish to join and click Join.

Additionally, with the macOS and Windows user interfaces, you can easily re-join networks that you've previously left.

1. Opening the main menu shows all networks you've connected to. If the network does not have a checkmark next to it, it's disconnected. Simply click the network you wish to join.

2. Click the Network Details... item in the app menu. This will bring up details of all networks known to the client. Check the Connected checkbox of the disconnected network you wish to join.