First, your client is not localized for US English. This is not supported. Change your client's locale to US English, and try again. You should also check that the client can access tcp/42342 and tcp/43242 on the server (i.e. that these ports are not blocked by a firewall).
Make sure the server's short hostname is resolvable on the client, and resolves to the proper IP address. When Topology Services hangs trying to connect to ANI on a supported client, this is always either a firewall problem, or a hostname problem.
LMS 2.6 used different TCP ports when connecting to ANIServer. Start a sniffer trace filtering on all TCP traffic between the client and server (do this on the client if possible). Then launch Topology Services. When it hangs, stop the trace, and post the capture file.
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