Steven is saying you can simplify your connection by only using TCP and not using UDP. In this case only fill out information in the openPDC Manager for TCP - the UDP settings should be blank. In the PMU Connection Tester, you should also only be on the TCP tab - with no alternate command channel defined. Also, always make sure to "re-initialize" your output stream after any configuration changes so the changes will take effect.
This is the simplest possible connection.
Now, if you still have no data, then the timestamps in your data are being discarded. Cause being that the timestamps are outside of range of the local clock according to your lead-time setting. To completely ignore bad timestamps you can unselect the "Perform Timestamp Reasonability Check".
If you still see no data - make sure you can actually see data in the openPDC Manager under "Graph Measurements"...