Advanced Simulated Radar Client
(ASRC)

 

Copyright 2002


Mike Evans
David Hendleman

 

 

Introduction

Configuration

Usage
Appendix

Walkthrough

FAQ

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Appendix

 

System Requirements

 

Pentium-II 300 or faster

64 MB RAM minimum, 128 MB RAM recommended

5 MB Hard Drive space

Video Card supporting OpenGL, and 800 x 600 minimum screen resolution, 1024 x 768 recommended.

Microsoft Windows 98 or later

Internet connection

Roger Wilco Version Mark 1D or later (for voice)

 

 

Supervisor/Administrator commands

 

To toggle between full open datablocks for EVERY aircraft, regardless of status, type:

 

.seeall <enter>

 

 

To disconnect an individual from the network:

 

.kill CALLSIGN <enter>

 

or

 

.kill {click on aircraft}

 

 

To broadcast a message to the entire network, type:

 

.wall MESSAGE <enter> (where MESSAGE is any text message with or without white space)

 

 

To find out information about an aircraft or controller:

 

.inf CALLSIGN <enter> (the information comes in as a private message)

 

or

 

.inf {click on aircraft}

 

Ports

 

Ports and Firewalls

 

ASRC uses the following ports:

 

6809 (TCP) for aircraft data

3782 (TCP and UDP) for air-to-ground communications

3290 (TCP and UDP) for ground-to-ground communications

 

        If you are using a firewall, you should open these ports when ASRC is running.

        If you are using a network address translation device (NAT) such as a router, or Internet Connection Sharing (ICS), you should forward these ports to the computer on which you are running ASRC.

        If you are experiencing difficulties with ASRC, and are using a firewall that does not allow you to open individual ports, reduce the security level, or disable the firewall during ASRC use..

 

 

Introduction

Configuration

Usage
Appendix

Walkthrough

FAQ

Quick Reference Card