Constantly disconnecting vPilot

Hey,

im using now vPilot everyday since idk 2 weeks and never had any problems.

Now i wanted to start flying and every 20 seconds the following message ist comming:

[12:43:17] Disconnected from voice server. Reason: Lost server connection
[12:43:17] Voice will attempt to automatically reconnect.

No i dont have any Wi Fi issues cause im also working whole time on this PC

Logs:
2023-12-04 13:37:24.702 +01:00 [INF] vPilot version 3.7.0 starting up
2023-12-04 13:37:24.719 +01:00 [INF] Running in “Standalone” mode
2023-12-04 13:37:24.720 +01:00 [INF] Downloading SimConnect.dll
2023-12-04 13:37:27.281 +01:00 [INF] Downloaded 1 servers
2023-12-04 13:37:27.561 +01:00 [INF] Validating “Msfs”
2023-12-04 13:37:27.562 +01:00 [INF] Model matching config is null
2023-12-04 13:38:21.315 +01:00 [INF] Custom model matching rules loaded.
2023-12-04 13:38:21.446 +01:00 [INF] Model matching rules generated.
2023-12-04 13:38:21.451 +01:00 [INF] “FbwVpilotActive” value changed: false
2023-12-04 13:38:37.755 +01:00 [INF] Connecting to network
2023-12-04 13:38:37.779 +01:00 [INF] Connected to network
2023-12-04 13:39:21.665 +01:00 [INF] Disconnected from network
2023-12-04 13:41:26.668 +01:00 [INF] Connecting to network
2023-12-04 13:41:26.689 +01:00 [INF] Connected to network
2023-12-04 13:41:51.876 +01:00 [INF] Disconnected from network

anyone knows what i can do?

I’m getting the same thing too. Could be just a backend/server issue. I just went into the windows sound mixer and turned down vpilot because that beep is annoying.

hm but this cant be the solution to mute vPilot, what is, if the ATC is conntacting me while i got disconnected, i will never see the message…

I don’t have it all the way turned down. just enough to where I can hear it still but the beep isn’t too bad - on that note, the issue seems to be resolved now and it’s not constantly disconnecting.

yeah my problem is also solved, seems like it was an error from vPilot, thanks for your help

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Just so no one thinks the problem was vPilot… A server from one of our network providers failed. vPilot was simply reporting the issue that it was facing. But vPilot was not the root cause.

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