There are several steps that you need to take. (And, no, you don't use the "simulation" setting in iGlide to connect to Condor.) Go get a cup of tea or coffee, set aside an hour or so, and take a deep breath - the process isn't fast.
First, you have to get Condor to send the data stream to an IP port so that it sends it out over your local WiFi. That, of course, assumes you have WiFi available, which is required. You need to download a utility program called "HW Virtual Serial Port" and install it in Windows. (http://www.hw-group.com/products/hw_vsp/index_en.html
) Configure it to to use "TCP Server Mode" and "Purge Buffers when Port is Opened" in the "Settings" tab. Oh, and you'll need to use the password, "admin", to make configuration changes - that's the default value; you can change it if you want. But, remember what you change it to if you do, because you'll need it for iGlide, later. In the Virtual Serial Port tab, set the port number to 2000, as well. Again, you can use a different port number, but make sure it doesn't conflict with some other service, and make note of it because you'll need to modify another iGlide configuration parameter if you do.
Now, in Condor, under Setup and Options, turn on the NMEA output option so Condor is sending data to the port. Also, start Virtual Serial Port so it's running, which it does in the background, at least with my setup.
Next, you need to tell iGlide what the IP address of your computer is. To do that you need to startup iTunes and connect your iPad/iPhone. Under the Apps tab in iTunes, in the lower pane of that dialog window you'll find iGlide. Select it and in the list of its files you'll find one that's called config.xml. Download that to your computer and open that file in a text editor. Scroll down to around line 250 and you'll find a line: <CONNECTIONS>, with further xml under it. One of those lines under it will start with <WIFI_HOST>. In between the xml tags enter the IP address of your local computer. (You can change the port in the next line if you didn't use 2000, in the Virtual Serial Port setup.) Save the file, and reload it to the iGlide pane in iTunes. When you next start iGlide, it will load that revised file and use it. (You might have to restart iGlide after it loads the file before the IP address takes effect.)
Finally, you need to go into the iGlide Settings area and turn on (Menu -> Settings -> Interfaces and Sensors) the WiFi interface slider. Enter the password into the appropriate text field that you used to setup the Virtual Serial Port program.
If you've made it through all those steps, correctly, and you've started the Virtual Serial Port program in Windows, you should see the "Status" in that iGlide settings dialog go from Inactive to Active. (Again, it may require a restart of iGlide, before that happens.)
The next time you enter a flight in Condor, the aircraft icon in iGlide ought to jump to whatever part of the world you're flying the task in. You'll need to have downloaded the map data for iGlide for that region as well. The iGlide manual will tell you how to do that.
Contact Butterfly/AIR Avionics for more details on the connection process I've described above. When I went through it a year ago, they had little documentation, but were helpful in getting me through the steps. I suspect they have a lot more documentation now, and will send it to you if it isn't already a part of the newer manual.
I also should report that Butterfly have been very helpful and responsive in adapting iGlide to be useful with Condor. It has improved markedly since I first experimented with it a year ago, and it continues to get better and more useful. I suspect it's great for RL as well. It seems that there are a number of folks using it for their Condor flying these days.