This code work fine, every 5 second test the connection to this machine
(10.44.0.15) on my network.
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
#First: Testing connection
import socket, time
??? testConn = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET,socket.SOCK_STREAM)
??? output = testConn.connect_ex(('10.44.0.15', 80))
??? if output == 0:
??????? return True
??????? return False
??? if isInternet():
??? ??? print("Hay conexi?n")
??? ??? print("No hay conexi?n")
What's next?, I am all eyes
El 18/03/19 a las 12:44, Chris Angelico escribi?:
> On Tue, Mar 19, 2019 at 3:33 AM Informatico de Neurodesarrollo
> <infneurodcr.mtz at infomed.sld.cu> wrote:
>> Hello friends:
>> I am a beginner on programming in python.
> Cool! Then I would recommend making your program as simple as you possibly can.
>> I want make a simple program that test continuously (every 5 seg) the
>> connection to internet and change the background color when are not
>> available. I try this , but not work properly:
>> #!/usr/bin/env python3
>> # -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
>> from tkinter import *
>> import socket, time
>> def DetectarConexion():
>> testConn = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET,socket.SOCK_STREAM)
>> testConn.connect(('22.214.171.124', 80))
>> return True
>> return False
> This part of the code is completely independent of the Tkinter code.
> Split it up into the two parts and develop each one separately.
>> root = Tk()
>> while True:
>> if DetectarConexion():
>> # Background:Green
>> # Background:Red
> You have two separate parts to this code, and it's possible that
> neither of them is working. I would recommend concentrating first on
> the connection status function. Remove everything about Tkinter, and
> replace it with a simple print() call:
> while True:
> if DetectarConexion():
> print("Connection is happy")
> print("Connection is down!")
> Now you can work on making sure your connection tester is working.
> What exactly are you testing? What goes wrong when you don't have a
> Specific advice:
> 1) Avoid using the bare "except:" clause. It may be hiding bugs in your code.
> 2) Make sure you're trying something that actually does work.
> Connecting to 126.96.36.199 port 80 isn't going to succeed even if your
> connection is live.
> Start with that, and you should be able to get a lot further with your testing.
> Have fun with it! If you run into trouble, post your updated code,
> what you're trying, and what's happening.
> Chris Angelico
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Entonces instal? LINUX.
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