The Diagnostics page allows you to issue diagnostic commands to the selected Mako and then view the diagnostic results.
The “TCP Port Test” diagnostic command allows you to perform a 3-way handshake to see if a TCP port is reachable.
TCP Port Test
To execute the “TCP Port Test” diagnostic command, click its radio button in the Command column of the list. This will open the TCP Port Check form (Fig. 1) in a new window.
Enter the host IP address for the port check.
Enter the host port that you want to check.
Enter the maximum amount of time in milliseconds that you want the diagnostic to spend checking the host port before returning a final result. Maximum allowed value is 60,000 milliseconds.
Enter the name of the interface that should send the port check. Leave this blank for the default interface.
Enter the IP address of the interface that should send the port check. Leave this blank for the default IP address.
Test Port Button
Click the “Test Port” button to perform a port check from the source interface to the host IP address and port.