network app

Matt Bailey mattb at
Tue Sep 2 22:20:53 CDT 2003

Well, normally in Windows it reports my actual IP, only shows the 127 address 
when I'm not connected. What's RAS? AFAIK X-Plane uses TCP/IP and I think UDP 
(I know UDP is used for certain network features but not sure if it's used 
for simple multiplayer flying).

	-Matt Bailey

On Tuesday 02 September 2003 06:39 pm, you wrote:
> The fact that X-Plane says "" shows that the network is ok.
> What you talk about is RAS, which isnt implemented today.
> > I'm using somewhat dated versions of the sim, but basically
> > everything works
> > except network. The multiplayer screen in the sim is supposed to
> > report your
> > IP address but it always shows up as127.0.0.1, evidently it doesn't
> > know it's
> > connected to the net. Any ideas?
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