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Author Topic: Looking for pilots interested in mil-ops  (Read 70 times)

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Offline texxasal

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Looking for pilots interested in mil-ops
« on: February 05, 2019, 03:37:09 PM »
Not sure if this is appropriate venue for this comment; please feel quite free to delete it or move it elsewhere as you may see fit.

I would like to perform some online flying, utilizing P3d V4, and JoinFS 1.4.25 with SimComX as the in-game communications medium.

I also utilize the TacPack, as well as FSX@War/CCP.

I do NOT make use of SkunkNet, or vACMI.

Since JoinFS is Peer-to-Peer, the server/host through which we connect is of no consequence.  Once the people are connected, and show as "Direct", the server has no effect whatsoever.

There are many "public" server/host sessions out there, should DOW choose to not host a session.  The host may be privately maintained by the simple expedient of a checked box in the settings tab.

Just distribute the IP address to the participants, and we can connect directly.

Thanks for your consideration.

regards
Al

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Re: Looking for pilots interested in mil-ops
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2019, 06:13:15 PM »
Sounds like a plan Al , we would have to sort the Timezone difference somehow . I work full time during the week , I'm available 20:00 gmt during the week . Weekends are a bit more flexible of course .

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Re: Looking for pilots interested in mil-ops
« Reply #2 on: February 09, 2019, 01:59:31 AM »
Al you should give Skunknet and vACMI a try , it might work for you brah !  :thumbsup