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Joseph Donat

The only way I can think of is to have EuroScope start a proxy server and connect to that with vPilot. Otherwise use SweatBox if vPilot can connect to it.

You might be able to start a simulator with ES 3rd although I doubt that you'd be able to see him. Procedural for the win!

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Kieran Samuel Cross

The only way I can think of is to have EuroScope start a proxy server and connect to that with vPilot. Otherwise use SweatBox if vPilot can connect to it.

You might be able to start a simulator with ES 3rd although I doubt that you'd be able to see him. Procedural for the win!

It works, with a SweatBox simulator session, but I am not the correct level to start one, so it disconnects me within a few mins.

 

Is there a way I could download my own SweatBox server?

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Joseph Donat

Just connect to SweatBox as you would the normal network.

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Andy Ford

 

The only way I can think of is to have EuroScope start a proxy server and connect to that with vPilot. Otherwise use SweatBox if vPilot can connect to it.

You might be able to start a simulator with ES 3rd although I doubt that you'd be able to see him. Procedural for the win!

It works, with a SweatBox simulator session, but I am not the correct level to start one, so it disconnects me within a few mins.

 

Is there a way I could download my own SweatBox server?

 

 

You require at least an S3 rating to run Sweatbox sessions on the Vatsim network.

There are ways to run one locally, however I have never tried so I can't help you there.

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Joseph Donat

You require at least an S3 rating to run Sweatbox sessions on the Vatsim network.

There are ways to run one locally, however I have never tried so I can't help you there.

You only need an S3 to start the simulation, you can connect without an S3.

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Sam White

VATSIM uses an adapted FSD server. You could try running your own and seeing if this works - Euroscope V3.2 comes with a form of an FSD server that can be run.

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Andy Ford

You only need an S3 to start the simulation, you can connect without an S3.

 

Yes, that's what I meant by "run" :P

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Joseph Donat

You only need an S3 to start the simulation, you can connect without an S3.

Yes, that's what I meant by "run" :P There's no need to run one though. :P

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Luc Pieters

You can start a private simulation in euroscope by selecting start simulation as the connection mode. You can then proceed and log on to this server as you would with your regular proxy server (not sure if this works for vPilot). select your scenario file before you click connect.
Obviously this will only work if it is a single machine you are running all software on. Otherwise you will need a data server. (hamachi for example, which someone already pointed out)

Hope this helps.

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