Finally got out to try out my kit and SGP under the stars last night and I had a failure to connect
to PHD2 due to connection to port 4400 being denied.
I’m Using the following:
Win 7 64bit
PHD2 has ‘Enable Server’ ticked and also a saved profile for my guide camera and mount ready to roll. SGP has
the path and the PHD2 profile selected. As soon as SGP tries to stop guiding or reinstate guiding it just freezes
and twice I had to do a forced stop of SGP last night, managed to pause the sequence once, get PHD2 running,
calibrated and guiding and on resume everything moved on ok with the SGP’s PHD graph populating the RA and DEC
lines in the module.
So what would cause SGP to be denied access to port 4400, and what on earth is port 4400 anyway, Google search
on port 4400 access denied doesn’t really produce any answers. Is it a software thing ? Operating system thing ? maybe
my port 4400 is allocated to something else on my system and as a result will deny access to any other software asking
Is there any way I can view port 4400 on Windows 7 so I can see if anything is locked to it because I cant find anything in device manager and a search in the windows help file gives nothing found ?
ow yeah, heres one of my LOG’s from last night:
sg_logfile_20151024234749.txt (30.1 KB)