By Ross Carlson 887155
#499186
MICHAEL KATSANIS 1284260 wrote:Would it be possible to use 2 Remotes (two different pc's) with 1 host? For example one talking to one frequency and the other to another.


It's not currently set up to allow that, but it might be fairly easy for me to make it support that. Why would you want to do that? For dual-pilot home cockpit setups, or something else?
By Ross Carlson 887155
#499201
shreyas sanghvi 1315970 wrote:
Ross Carlson 887155 wrote:
shreyas sanghvi 1315970 wrote:I am not in any mood of using pmdg but with the custom ruleset I thought it would do that automatically.


What custom rule set are you referring to?

Default planes. They don't appear


I don't understand what you're saying ... you said you thought the PMDG 777 would appear with a custom rule set, but now you're talking about default planes. What is the actual problem you're experiencing?
By shreyas sanghvi 1315970
#499203 What custom rule set are you referring to?[/quote]
Default planes. They don't appear[/quote]

I don't understand what you're saying ... you said you thought the PMDG 777 would appear with a custom rule set, but now you're talking about default planes. What is the actual problem you're experiencing?[/quote]

sir i have WOAI as traffic addon. and now when i fly, there are few planes that are not there in Woai package like my p3d has the T-6 texan. but i dont see it in fs because its not ther e in my woai package . but as you said we need custom models rule set for them to appear i got the solution to my problem. i only had ruleset for Woai thats the reason none of my other planes are visible both payware and default. sorry for the confusion.
By Ross Carlson 887155
#499205 New 2.0 beta version available:

http://vpilot.metacraft.com/DownloadHan ... .0.2.3.exe

This fixes the problem with running in a host/remote networked configuration. It also fixes the problem with not being able to connect to newly-arrived controllers.
By MICHAEL KATSANIS 1284260
#499214
Ross Carlson 887155 wrote:
MICHAEL KATSANIS 1284260 wrote:Would it be possible to use 2 Remotes (two different pc's) with 1 host? For example one talking to one frequency and the other to another.


It's not currently set up to allow that, but it might be fairly easy for me to make it support that. Why would you want to do that? For dual-pilot home cockpit setups, or something else?


Exactly! Since vPilot have one audio export and it is not possible for the copilot to listen/talk to another frequency ( ex. ATIS), i thought that he could run another vPilot Remote to "his" pc and handles COM2 by him self.

Regards,
Mike
By MICHAEL KATSANIS 1284260
#499215
Josh Glottmann 1275389 wrote:
MICHAEL KATSANIS 1284260 wrote:Would it be possible to use 2 Remotes (two different pc's) with 1 host? For example one talking to one frequency and the other to another.

I don't know why you would need this?


As Ross mentioned "For dual-pilot home cockpit setups"
By Kirk Christie 956763
#499218
MICHAEL KATSANIS 1284260 wrote:
Ross Carlson 887155 wrote:
MICHAEL KATSANIS 1284260 wrote:Would it be possible to use 2 Remotes (two different pc's) with 1 host? For example one talking to one frequency and the other to another.


It's not currently set up to allow that, but it might be fairly easy for me to make it support that. Why would you want to do that? For dual-pilot home cockpit setups, or something else?


Exactly! Since vPilot have one audio export and it is not possible for the copilot to listen/talk to another frequency ( ex. ATIS), i thought that he could run another vPilot Remote to "his" pc and handles COM2 by him self.

Regards,
Mike


On V pilot it is possible to dual RX on two frequency's use the dot commands listed here http://vpilot.metacraft.com/Documentati ... t-commands
By MICHAEL KATSANIS 1284260
#499220
Kirk Christie 956763 wrote:On V pilot it is possible to dual RX on two frequency's use the dot commands listed here http://vpilot.metacraft.com/Documentati ... t-commands


Yes i know that, thanx! The point is not to hear two things simultaneously because at the end you don't hear nothing!
And since it is not supporting different sound cards for each COM, maybe 2 remote would help solving this.
By Kirk Christie 956763
#499227 Ok Micheal I have some feedback for you and Ross

I put vpilot on our fixed base sim tonight, we have the same set up with 1 main PC and 2 SUB PC's, the Audio is handled by Sub 1, and the sim is on the main PC.

We ran the host mode no voice on the main PC

We ran the Remote Mode with voice on Sub PC1 with the IP address pointing to the host, com 1 and 2 all change on vpilot via the radio stack in the sim.

We ran Remote mode with no voice on Sub PC 2, and mapped the IP to Sub PC1 which was running remote with voice.

Every thing on Sub PC2 and Sub PC 1 was mirrored on vpilot on both computers, we connected to vatsim and we were able, voice coms went through sub PC1

We went down this road because some times we have 1 person in the sim, the screen for the vpilot interface was only viewable from the screen on the FO's side of the cockpit.

The sim is the 737 listed here http://worldflightperth.com.au/
By MICHAEL KATSANIS 1284260
#499233
Kirk Christie 956763 wrote:Ok Micheal I have some feedback for you and Ross

I put vpilot on our fixed base sim tonight, we have the same set up with 1 main PC and 2 SUB PC's, the Audio is handled by Sub 1, and the sim is on the main PC.

We ran the host mode no voice on the main PC

We ran the Remote Mode with voice on Sub PC1 with the IP address pointing to the host, com 1 and 2 all change on vpilot via the radio stack in the sim.

We ran Remote mode with no voice on Sub PC 2, and mapped the IP to Sub PC1 which was running remote with voice.

Every thing on Sub PC2 and Sub PC 1 was mirrored on vpilot on both computers, we connected to vatsim and we were able, voice coms went through sub PC1

We went down this road because some times we have 1 person in the sim, the screen for the vpilot interface was only viewable from the screen on the FO's side of the cockpit.

The sim is the 737 listed here http://worldflightperth.com.au/



It is my understanding that your vpilot setup has the sole purpose to enable flight by a single user, thus making it possible for him to use a second remote vpilot on SubPC 2 as proxy to control the vpilot console (on the mainPC & the SubPC 1).
This way though still your are using only one sound output and whenever you opt to receive both coms, you get to hear them on the same speakers as on vpilot 1.
Am I correct ?

In my case i would like to use Host on MainPC and remote on SubPC1 (pointing to Host) and remote SubPC2 (also pointing to Host). So if the co-pilot (SubPC2) wants to hear COM2, he just sets .COM2

Regards.
Mike
By Ross Carlson 887155
#499235
Kirk Christie 956763 wrote:We ran the host mode no voice on the main PC

We ran the Remote Mode with voice on Sub PC1 with the IP address pointing to the host, com 1 and 2 all change on vpilot via the radio stack in the sim.

We ran Remote mode with no voice on Sub PC 2, and mapped the IP to Sub PC1 which was running remote with voice.


I'm not sure I understand ... are you saying you are running three PCs, with vPilot in host mode on one, and vPilot in remote mode on the other two?

And you mentioned that "sub pc 2" has the ip mapped to "sub pc 1", but that shouldn't even allow you to connect, since vPilot running in remote mode will not accept connections from another remote. Only the host can accept connections from remotes. (Unless I've got a very serious bug in the networking code!)
By Kirk Christie 956763
#499283 Yes thats exactly how its set up, and the sub 2 remote IP is mapped to the remote.

All that happens is that both remote clients are an exact duplicate, whats done on one side happens on the other side.

Its a shame you think its a bug, because its actially a benifit in the sim because of how we have the audio set to the first officers computer and both the captian and the First officer can see the vpilit interface. This means that 1 person can fly on their own with out having to move the audio cables.