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  1. Yes, exactly, latest version of Vpilot without anything else Always diconnected in a gap of 10 seconds Check if your ISP uses CGNAT. If you see your IP starting with 100.XXX.XXX.XXX inside your modem/router page, you're under CGNAT and can't connect to VATSIM Audio Server. Have the same problem here. Figure it out by myself. Already wrote some topics about it, but didn't receive any answer yet.
  2. As I said in an older post, I'm using Kaspersky AV, but whitelisted xPilot. Windows Defender is disabled. When I connect for the first time, I get a disconnect after 10 to 15 seconds. When I try to connect again, I don't get the disconnection message, but I can't hear or transmit anything. Within the 10 to 15 seconds before the disconnection, I can press the PPT button and see the TX button turning green. After that time, the TX button doesn't work anymore. I made a test using a VPN to connect and it worked just fine. So I figure out it's a problem with my ISP. They don't support IPv4 anymore,
  3. As I said in an older post, I'm using Kaspersky AV, but whitelisted xPilot. Windows Defender is disabled. When I connect for the first time, I get a disconnect after 10 to 15 seconds. When I try to connect again, I don't get the disconnection message, but I can't hear or transmit anything. Within the 10 to 15 seconds before the disconnection, I can press the PPT button and see the TX button turning green. After that time, the TX button doesn't work anymore. I made a test using a VPN to connect and it worked just fine. So I figure out it's a problem with my ISP. They don't support IPv4 anymore,
  4. Does AFV support IPv6 connection? As I wrote in this topic (https://forums.vatsim.net/viewtopic.php?f=158&t=79955), there are some ISP which is providing a shared public IPv4 through CGNAT and it's not possible to do port forwarding. Although, my ISP provides me an unique IPv6 too. Is there any way to connect to AFV servers through IPv6? Thanks!
  5. Is there any chance of VATSIM AFV supports IPv6 connection? Using a VPN is expensive and we don't have a good experience with AFV while using it.
  6. Hey everyone! First of all, I want to say I know there is a specific topic about this subject, and I have posted my help there. However, I found what might be going on with this issue to me, and since I wasn't able to publish in the topic anymore, I'll post it here, so it might help others. My ISP uses CGNAT and I already had some issues with it in other games. From what I could understand about it, my ISP gives me an shared public IPv4, not a dynamic one. Because of that, port forwarding is not possible to be made by me in my router. I tried to ask my ISP to open the ports for me, but
  7. I've set up my client to have no key to toggle xPilot, but doesn't matter what I do when I press the "/" (slash key) the client shows up or minimise. Because of that, I can't use the question mark in my messages (?) since they are at the same button in my keyboard. Also, I'm having trouble to see some aircraft. I was into an airfield with other pilot and he was flying a C172. I downloaded the BlueBell CSL package and I'm sure there's a C172 CSL in there. But I wasn't able to see it. I have no problem with jets. Anyone else having the same problems?
  8. Gary, I think I found the problem behind my issue. My ISP uses CGNAT and I already had some issues with it in other games. So I tried to conect through a VPN and xPilot worked like a charm! Don't know exactly why, but I could get this to work using VPN. Is there another way to fix that? I mean: using VPN is not optimal for me. Usually it has limited data and speed. I saw that xPilot uses the port 45001 to connect with X-Plane, is that right? Through CGNAT is not possible to do port forwarding.
  9. Gary, the error about .NET I was talking about is the same as this one: viewtopic.php?f=156&t=79816
  10. -Disconnect Time: 1417 Local - 1717Z -How Often your disconnects are: Once every time I start xPilot Client -What error the client showed on disconnect: Disconnected from voice server: Lost connection -Callsign: PRMIG -Client Version: xPilot 1.1.0.2 -Internet Speed: 75 MBit/s -Internet Provider or rough real world location: Copel Telecom - South Brazil - Link with log file: https://we.tl/t-Wrjv4YokrU
  11. Sure, I'll. I see 2 Log folders in xPilot folder (PluginLogs and NetworkLogs). Should I upload these?
  12. Hey Gary, thanks for the support. Actually I'm using the default BE58 and the C172 to do the tests. I can see the TX and RX text turn white when I select the COM1 or 2 in my radio. But when I press my PTT key, the TX doesn't light up as I saw in some videos, neither the RX button. I have all set: battery on, avionics on, COM1 in the right frequency, COM1 mic selected and RX also on, but can't hear anything. I also tried to turn the volume up, but didn't hear anything too. There are other two things I noticed. First one is I get a "Disconnected from voice server: Lost connection" almost eve
  13. Hello, guys! I'm having the same issue here, but with xPilot client. Here's what I running: OS: Windows 10 Version 1903 X-Plane 11.36 - Steam Version xPilot Client Version 1.1.0.2 (running as administrator) I've set up everything following the manual, but still can't transmit voice or receive. I can see the text messages from ATC and other aircrafts, though. Also, I set the PTT key, but nothing happens when I push it. My TX button doesn't light up, neither the RX. I'm also using Voicemeeter to handle my audio connections, but I set up them in xPilot and have no problems at al
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