Why Can’t I Connect? 1.11.2 recently released, is a network diagnostic tool that makes it easier to resolve TCP/IP connection errors. Use it to diagnose connections to common server types (Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL Server, FTP, SFTP, IMAP, POP3, SMTP, IRC, LDAP, Usenet) and create generic TCP/IP clients and / or servers. Maybe a firewall is blocking the requested port, the port isn’t listening, DNS isn’t returning the expected address, DHCP hasn’t supplied a local IP address, the WiFi login isn’t complete. The application will step through the connection process, resolving all IP addresses, displaying all sent and received messages in both hexadecimal and ascii.
Why Can’t I Connect? 1.11.2 changelog
- Fixed an occasional crash primarily in Linux systems.
- In the WiFi / wired login check, test that the expected router login page is listening on port 80 before launching it in a browser.
- Fixed various small bugs
Install Why Can’t I Connect? 1.11.2 on Ubuntu OS
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:wciccmsadmin/whycanticonnect sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install whycanticonnectcomments powered by Disqus