Troubleshooting and Support | Classkick


Troubleshooting and Support

Setup, Connection Issues, and Whitelist Information

How to Set Up Classkick: iPads

 

How to Set Up Classkick: Web

 

1. Download Classkick to teacher and student iPads from the App Store or through MDM deployment

(If teachers are using Classkick Beta, please see classkick.com/beta for instructions)

2. Test connection to Classkick by creating a free account

(Tap "Teacher? Head This Way" from initial screen)

 
 

1. Navigate to http://app.classkick.com

(Students and teachers should be using a Chrome browser, version 51 or higher, from a Chromebook, desktop, or laptop computer) 

2. Test connection to Classkick by creating a free account.

(Click "Teacher Login" from initial screen)

 

If you need any help troubleshooting, please let us know by reaching out to support@classkick.com.

 

 

IT Troubleshooting: iPads

 

If your students are attempting to log in and receiving the error "Oops, wrong code" please try these three solutions: 

  1. Ensure that the student has entered the code correctly (codes consist of all capital letters without spaces).

  2. Turn the Wi-Fi off and then back on again for the iPad before attempting to insert the class code.

  3. Ask your IT department to whitelist the sites listed below. 

 
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If iPad displays Network Error, it is most likely due to the fact that our servers are being filtered by your school's security settings.

If the test fails, please allow or whitelist the following domains:

  • *.classkick.com

  • *.firebaseio.com

  • *.firebase.com

  • googleusercontent.com

  • accounts.google.com

  • *.googleapis.com

  • crashlytics.com

  • mixpanel.com

 

The following firebase IPs should also be allowed or whitelisted:

  • 184.173.76.162

  • 192.155.197.58 through 192.155.197.62

  • 50.23.219.162

  • 75.126.1.11 through 75.126.1.14

  • 75.126.118.115

  • 75.126.118.121

  • 75.126.166.164 through 75.126.166.174

  • 75.126.7.162 through 75.126.7.166

 

No specific ports need to be opened.

 

If the teacher or student iPad takes a long time to load, the problem could be the Internet connection.

  • Please run a Speed Test on an iPad that takes a long time and take note of the three results:

    • ping

    • download speed

    • upload speed

There may be issues with sending and receiving student work in real-time if:

  • ping(ms) >~ 100

  • download (Mb/s) < 1

  • upload (Mb/s) < 1