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Access thru 192.,168.0.1

I fly on line with FSX and host sessions on Local Network. Other players can not access my session. Is there a button \i can push to allow them in? Thank you

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That IP is internal only, and has no effect on anybody but you and your router. Local Network means same internal network, and not connecting via the cloud (out there in the internet).

Instead, set up virtual server session under advance settings in the routers web interface. This will allow access through the routers firewall.

You will have to do some fine tuning since I am not familiar with the games LAN access requirements.

Posted on Nov 01, 2012

  • Leo Wisted Nov 03, 2012

    I have working on it,but I have been ill. Also my friends whom I fly on line with have been ill as well.I realy appreiatey your help!

  • Leo Wisted Nov 03, 2012

    When I get chance To try it I'll report my findings Thank you. Leo

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SOURCE: Dlink DIR-655 not accessable after 24 hours

U have to tell me whether u have to unplug machines or the router
If that's the case dhcp for ur router is assigned from some other place. Weird. U have to enable dhcp of ur router. Don't allow running another dhcp from ur local systems only if it is a must. WHEN U CONFIGURE THE ROUTER'S DHCP, MAKE SURE TO SET THE LEASE TO A MAXIMUM VALUE SO THAT IT WANT CHANGE THE IP ADDRESSES FOR MACHINES.
If u assign static ips u have assign the dns and also the default gateway
Type ipconfig /all in a comand prompt and check the settings and set appropriately
Remember, don't allow any other source to assign dhcp for the router.

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