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I'm not with Laminar Research, just a fellow simmer in the UK.
A good source of information in this respect is SkyVector and their website can be found here:- https://skyvector.com/
Just as a example to show what's available, I clicked on Philadelphia KPHL airport and got all sorts of details on frequencies and charts. Please see photo below.
Hope this helps
If the “Connect” & “Disconnected” you’re referring to are from the VATSIM text dialog box within X-Plane’s screen, then it means you’re not successfully connected to a VATSIM server. In which case, you have no communication link to speak of--it has nothing to do with frequencies. Review the dialog text to see if it includes any message explaining why you’re being disconnected. I assume you have entered your valid VATSIM login ID and password.
something bad just happened it's all my bad!! First of all i got vatspy and did all that stuff but it still doesn't work. The problem is this on vatspy i saw a thing that looked like a IP address and i thought okay maybe i type that into xsquawckbox. Then i thought okay if i type in the port number of the multiplayer section on xplane and i typed it into xsquawckbox. But then it didn't connect but i don't know the port number that was there before. But no luck with hearing any one or any one hearing me.
Double check the VATSIM ID and password are correct at the top of the Audio for VATSIM (AFV) dialog box.
Are the microphone and Output Devices set to appropriate sources? E.g. are you using a headset? Turn up their volume sliders.
The COM radio in your aircraft also has to be set accordingly. E.g. stick with COM1 as a starter, select COM1 in the aircraft.
Use the Windows’ Sound Control Panel to check if your microphone (i.e., recording device) is actually functioning.
I left the “X-Plane IP Address” at its default (127.0.0.1), and it works for me.
If you locate your plane to an airport with an active ATIS broadcast, there’d be a continuously playing sound track for you to troubleshoot with (the listening part at least).
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