Majestic q400 not connect with shared

My friend and i is trying to do a shared. We copied eachothers ipv4 an ipv6 with multiple attempts. And i used send 49210 and receive 49200 and he used vise versa. and we kept switching. His shared cockpit panel shows as OBS and he cannot go master. On the other hand i can but theres no connection signal. i dont know what the problem is. and we have same livery

Comments

    1. Kindly make sure that the required ports have been opened for both you and your shared cockpit partner. The port numbers that are being used between the both you should the port numbers that you opened. One of you will use one set, and the other set used by the other user. The image below will show an example.

    2. The reason that you are seeing OBS more than likely is due to the fact that one of you has selected the "OBS" - Observer mode rather than the "FLYING" mode.

    3. Once both of you are connected two modes will be visible MASTER (green) and SLAVE (red). There will also be up to 5 green horizontal bars on the left of the shared cockpit advisory panel. These bars indicate the connection strength between both users. If there isn't a connection there will be a single blue bar.

    4. Attached is an image of how the Shared Cockpit Panel should look if only flying with two pilots

    1. Finally, click on the APPLY button.... THEN.... RELOAD the aircraft (do not reload the simulator... Just the Q400).

    Sounds silly but I have to ask, as many people do miss this critical step.

    Cheers

  • Also > @kroswynd said:

    1. Kindly make sure that the required ports have been opened for both you and your shared cockpit partner. The port numbers that are being used between the both you should the port numbers that you opened. One of you will use one set, and the other set used by the other user. The image below will show an example.

    2. The reason that you are seeing OBS more than likely is due to the fact that one of you has selected the "OBS" - Observer mode rather than the "FLYING" mode.

    3. Once both of you are connected two modes will be visible MASTER (green) and SLAVE (red). There will also be up to 5 green horizontal bars on the left of the shared cockpit advisory panel. These bars indicate the connection strength between both users. If there isn't a connection there will be a single blue bar.

    4. Attached is an image of how the Shared Cockpit Panel should look if only flying with two pilots

    1. Finally, click on the APPLY button.... THEN.... RELOAD the aircraft (do not reload the simulator... Just the Q400).

    Sounds silly but I have to ask, as many people do miss this critical step.

    Cheers

    @kroswynd said:
    1. Kindly make sure that the required ports have been opened for both you and your shared cockpit partner. The port numbers that are being used between the both you should the port numbers that you opened. One of you will use one set, and the other set used by the other user. The image below will show an example.

    1. The reason that you are seeing OBS more than likely is due to the fact that one of you has selected the "OBS" - Observer mode rather than the "FLYING" mode.

    2. Once both of you are connected two modes will be visible MASTER (green) and SLAVE (red). There will also be up to 5 green horizontal bars on the left of the shared cockpit advisory panel. These bars indicate the connection strength between both users. If there isn't a connection there will be a single blue bar.

    3. Attached is an image of how the Shared Cockpit Panel should look if only flying with two pilots

    1. Finally, click on the APPLY button.... THEN.... RELOAD the aircraft (do not reload the simulator... Just the Q400).

    Sounds silly but I have to ask, as many people do miss this critical step.

    Cheers

    With the shared cockpit do both of us put 4200 as both ports? and i did shared with someone else and everything was good and than we lost connection at sudden airborne

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