We just throw open the door, but you’ve got no clue what to do in there. You’ve probably tried calling the number, but that didn’t work. Of course, there’s nothing we can do about your broken domain. But why don’t we talk about the awesome localhost:6006 that let us in?
Have you ever tried to access localhost:6006 but can’t seem to get past :0? What should you do? Is your PHP Stack set up correctly? Or are you just not able to run curl -lv -o localhost:6006? I’ve created a simple vue.js web application that shows the maximum amount of time a connection takes to complete over http, as well as the total amount of requests/sec that it has over localhost:6006 (the latter is useful if you don’t want to have any bits of your site cached on your own servers). ## Vue.js
localhost:6006 is not a valid domain name. You tried to access localhost:6006 but failed because you didn’t provide a valid domain name or browser parameter. Make sure that you’re using the proper domain name for your site, and that you’re using the http- extension for your home page/any redirects.
You made it to the end of the article and are now wondering: how can I access localhost:6006/? The post above gave you a hint; you need to use a domain name with an FQDN and then you’re good to go. You may have also noticed that the second line uses a port number after the domain name, indicating that your request for a connection is going somewhere.
localhost:6006 is the default port used for most Flask applications. It’s one of the most popular ports for development and testing Flask applications. The default hostname can be changed using the FLASK_HOST environment variable if need be.
localhost 6006 can’t be reached because the socket / socket fails to open or the requested address is already in use. Try resuming the connection phase and using another proxy.