> > > > If you can't connect to XWIS with this (http://xwis.net/downloads/XWISC.exe) tool, continue reading.
> > > > Open a command prompt (Start - Run - cmd).
> > > > Start ping (ping servserv.westwood.com).
> > > > If the IP address shown is not 18.104.22.168, open the hosts file (location shown in the tool) and add the following line:
> > > > 22.214.171.124 servserv.westwood.com
> > > > Retry the ping.
> > > > If the IP address shown is not 126.96.36.199, find wolapi.dll (Start - Search - Files). Backup the DLL and replace it by the DLL in this ZIP (http://xhp.xwis.net/temp/WOLAPI.zip).
> > > > If that doesn't solve the issue, open a topic and describe the issue. Click Test and include the output in the topic.
> > > Small question, I opened the host file and it was empty. Is this normal?
> > Yes
> > > I added the line and saved it and nothing changed. Yet, I had to find a place to save it, I saved it to the same place it said it opened (C:\WINDOWS\System32\drivers\etc\hosts).
> > > I'll try the other half of your idea after work tonight.
> that did it Olaf! Thanks!
Now another slight problem.......I can't get back to the WOL servers=( I exit RA2, launch the connection tool, hit reset, close the connection tool, open ra2, but still connect to the XCC server.