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I tried this: I installed CLS2Sim on the Client PC and connected the rudder (I have rudder and Yoke) via an USB cable with my Client PC. In the simulator section of the settings tab of CLS2Sim I inserted the IP address of my Flightsim PC, and in the field ‘Select executable’ I inserted the link to Prepar3D.exe on my Flightsim PC.
When I press ‘Connect’ in the hardware section of the CLS2Sim main tab, this connection is soon established. But when I try to connect to the simulation (Prepar3D), I always get the message ‘Could not connect to Simulation’.
What could be wrong?
Kind regards


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