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WideCLient FS98 - Waiting for a Connection

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Suddenly after installing V5 i now get this on my client PC

 

 

********* WideClient Log [version 7.146] Class=FS98MAIN *********
Date (dmy): 19/05/20, Time 11:10:02.760: Client name is PC2
      125 LUA: "C:\Users\verno\Desktop\WideFS\Initial.LUA": not found
      203 Attempting to connect now
      203 Trying to locate server: Need details from Server Broadcast
      203 Failed to connect: waiting to try again
     1219 Attempting to connect now
     2266 Server = DESKTOP-EI9RCDF
     2266 Trying TCP/IP host "DESKTOP-EI9RCDF" port 8002 ...
     2266 ... Okay, IP Address = 192.168.1.130
    12860 New Client Application: "ProSimUtils" (Id=9752)
    23344 Error on client pre-Connection Select() [Error=10060] Connection timed out
    23344 Ready to try connection again
    24375 Attempting to connect now
    24375 Giving up server, looking for another!
    24375 Server = DESKTOP-EI9RCDF
    24375 Trying TCP/IP host "DESKTOP-EI9RCDF" port 8002 ...
    24375 ... Okay, IP Address = 192.168.1.130
    46391 Server = DESKTOP-EI9RCDF
    46391 Trying TCP/IP host "DESKTOP-EI9RCDF" port 8002 ...
    46391 ... Okay, IP Address = 192.168.1.130
    68391 Giving up server, looking for another!
    68391 Server = DESKTOP-EI9RCDF
    68391 Trying TCP/IP host "DESKTOP-EI9RCDF" port 8002 ...
    68391 ... Okay, IP Address = 192.168.1.130
    90391 Server = DESKTOP-EI9RCDF
    90391 Trying TCP/IP host "DESKTOP-EI9RCDF" port 8002 ...
    90391 ... Okay, IP Address = 192.168.1.130
   112391 Giving up server, looking for another!
   112391 Server = DESKTOP-EI9RCDF
   112391 Trying TCP/IP host "DESKTOP-EI9RCDF" port 8002 ...
   112391 ... Okay, IP Address = 192.168.1.130
   134453 Server = DESKTOP-EI9RCDF
   134453 Trying TCP/IP host "DESKTOP-EI9RCDF" port 8002 ...
   134453 ... Okay, IP Address = 192.168.1.130
   156469 Giving up server, looking for another!
   156469 Server = DESKTOP-EI9RCDF
   156469 Trying TCP/IP host "DESKTOP-EI9RCDF" port 8002 ...
   156469 ... Okay, IP Address = 192.168.1.130
   178516 Server = DESKTOP-EI9RCDF
   178531 Trying TCP/IP host "DESKTOP-EI9RCDF" port 8002 ...
   178531 ... Okay, IP Address = 192.168.1.130
   200531 Giving up server, looking for another!
   200531 Server = DESKTOP-EI9RCDF
   200531 Trying TCP/IP host "DESKTOP-EI9RCDF" port 8002 ...
   200531 ... Okay, IP Address = 192.168.1.130
   222547 Server = DESKTOP-EI9RCDF
   222547 Trying TCP/IP host "DESKTOP-EI9RCDF" port 8002 ...
   222547 ... Okay, IP Address = 192.168.1.130
   244547 Giving up server, looking for another!
   244547 Server = DESKTOP-EI9RCDF
   244563 Trying TCP/IP host "DESKTOP-EI9RCDF" port 8002 ...
   244563 ... Okay, IP Address = 192.168.1.130
   266563 Server = DESKTOP-EI9RCDF
   266563 Trying TCP/IP host "DESKTOP-EI9RCDF" port 8002 ...
   266563 ... Okay, IP Address = 192.168.1.130
   288610 Giving up server, looking for another!
   288610 Server = DESKTOP-EI9RCDF
   288625 Trying TCP/IP host "DESKTOP-EI9RCDF" port 8002 ...
   288625 ... Okay, IP Address = 192.168.1.130
   310625 Server = DESKTOP-EI9RCDF
   310641 Trying TCP/IP host "DESKTOP-EI9RCDF" port 8002 ...
   310641 ... Okay, IP Address = 192.168.1.130
   332688 Giving up server, looking for another!
   332688 Server = DESKTOP-EI9RCDF
   332688 Trying TCP/IP host "DESKTOP-EI9RCDF" port 8002 ...
   332688 ... Okay, IP Address = 192.168.1.130
   354688 Server = DESKTOP-EI9RCDF
   354688 Trying TCP/IP host "DESKTOP-EI9RCDF" port 8002 ...
   354688 ... Okay, IP Address = 192.168.1.130

   361438 ****** End of session performance summary ******
   361438 Total time connected = 0 seconds
   361438 Reception maximum:  0 frames/sec, 0 bytes/sec
   361438 Transmission maximum:  0 frames/sec, 0 bytes/sec
   361438 Max receive buffer = 0, Max send depth = 0, Send frames lost = 0

   361438 **************** Individual client application activity ****************
   361438 Client 9752 requests: 1749 (Ave 1749/sec), Data: 99693 bytes (99693/sec), Average 57 bytes/Process

   361438 ********* Log file closed (Buffers: MaxUsed 1, Alloc 1749 Freed 1749 Refused 0) *********
 

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The WideClient.log is only half the story.  Where's the server side? You need to also show the WideServer.log from the FSUIPC installation folder. The FSUIPC6.log file would also be relevant.

Pete

 

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On 5/19/2020 at 11:41 AM, Pete Dowson said:

The WideClient.log is only half the story.  Where's the server side? You need to also show the WideServer.log from the FSUIPC installation folder. The FSUIPC6.log file would also be relevant.

Pete

 

Hi, pete

It connected after several mins. i wentto my cockpit and then rechecked my client PC and it said connected.

WideServer.log FSUIPC6.log

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12 hours ago, Driver170 said:

It connected after several mins. i wentto my cockpit and then rechecked my client PC and it said connected.

Seems it has trouble with Brosadcasts on your Network. Try doing as advised in the Documentation -- adding the ServerIPAddr and Protocol parameters into the INI. I have an 8 PC Network for my cockpit and they all link just after the Sim is "ready to fly". I've always used explicit linking.

Pete

 

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8 hours ago, Pete Dowson said:

Seems it has trouble with Brosadcasts on your Network. Try doing as advised in the Documentation -- adding the ServerIPAddr and Protocol parameters into the INI. I have an 8 PC Network for my cockpit and they all link just after the Sim is "ready to fly". I've always used explicit linking.

Pete

 

It does connect after a few mins but not as quick when i had v4.5

Ok i added

ServerName=DESKTOP-EI9RCDF
Protocol=TCP
 

And still it takes forever to connect and not instant

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8 hours ago, Pete Dowson said:

Seems it has trouble with Brosadcasts on your Network. Try doing as advised in the Documentation -- adding the ServerIPAddr and Protocol parameters into the INI. I have an 8 PC Network for my cockpit and they all link just after the Sim is "ready to fly". I've always used explicit linking.

Pete

 

If i disable my server firewall it connects straight away

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2 hours ago, Pete Dowson said:

Oh, just another firewall problem. You needed to allow WideClient and the P3D EXE through the firewall.

Pete.

Yeah, i added the wideclient on my server PC and works flawlessly now. Cheers pete

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