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Hello fellow virtual cockpit crafters,

Before I changed the ip-number from the FSX running PC and the client PC, the communication provided by FSUIPC and WideFS worked fine.

Now I changed two things:

I added an extra LAN-card in the client pc. Reason: I want to have a separate internal network between the FSX and client pc, separated from my internet providing internal network. I use an old internet modem router to connect both pc's on the 'no internet network'.

The second thing that has changed is the ip numbers on both pc's. Since I want to have a separate network for the FSUIPC and Simconnect dialogue, I changed the third blok of the ip-numbers on both pc's.

The other - internet connected LAN card, has the setting to get automatically a ip number.

Ofcourse the communication broke up by these changes. I can however not find the cfg or ini file in which the changed ip-numbers must be adapted to make things work again.

Can anyone tell me which file must be adapted ?

Thanks in advance !

As attachment, just for if you like to see, a impression of my simcockpit


Bram Stikkel




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