Jim738 Posted March 10 Report Share Posted March 10 *** Moved from .Net Client DLL sub-forum to main support forum *** I am hoping that someone will be able to help me solve this mystery. I am using P3Dv5.3, ASP3D (8080) and Sim-Avionics. All are connected by an isolated network on 3 separate PCs. ASP3D on a utilities PC, P3D on the environment PC, and an Avionics PC that houses the Navigation Display. The problem that spung up suddenly is that the radar.bin stopped exporting from the P3D PC to the Avionics PC. This is not a permissions issue or a firewall issue or an anti-virus issue. I can also ping the port 19284, used by ASP3D among all PCs and can easily move into each PC from any other PC. I have reinstalled P3D, ASP3D and FSUIPC6 (latest version) multiple times. ASNwxRadarPath=\\Avionics\Sim-Avionics\WX\radar.bin is the first line in the FSUIPC6.ini file. I have also tried changing this line to ASNwxRadarPath=c:\ to no avail. Also ASP3D renders weather on the P3D PC at anyplace the aircraft is placed perfectly. This is where I believe the problem lies. In the FSUIPC6.log I find these error statements which I believe is inhibiting the export of the radar.bin file. 120406 -------------------- Starting everything now ---------------------- 120406 Starting WideServer now ... 120406 ASN active function link set 120406 Ready for ActiveSky WX radar with additional data 121594 Advanced Weather Interface Enabled 135984 Exception 20 "DATA_ERROR", Ref 2939, Index param 1 on write SetData for "GENERAL ENG OIL LEAKED PERCENT:1" 135984 Exception 20 "DATA_ERROR", Ref 2940, Index param 1 on write SetData for "GENERAL ENG OIL LEAKED PERCENT:2" 200359 Sim stopped: average frame rate for last 87 secs = 90.9 fps I have no idea what these messages relate to. The sim 737-800 is a DSTD from Flight Deck Solutions and starts and flies perfectly fine. I do not have the SDK P3D utility installed. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. With thanks. Jim Logs are attached. FSUIPC6.log FSUIPC6.ini FSUIPC6_prev.log Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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