My mission planner cant control motors in the drone

I use the raspbian from the documentation you given , Installing the ardupilot version using sudo apt-get install apm-navio2

I install on my PC Windows : Mission Planner 1.3.38

I setup the connection between the APM and GCS following this guide but on tcp

So this is likely my problem this is short , I already established connection between the APM and GCS using TCP in mission planner . I enter the IP address of the drone and port number of 14550

The problem is I cant control my servos via mission planner , and I read topics that is related to my problem. The question is when I change the port number from 14550 to 6000 base from this guide , if the port number is 6000 do I put the same port number in mission planner 6000 or still 14550? Im not really good at sort of this type of communication

The post that I read is from here Mission Planner dont' connect with ArduPlane on Navio2 and the answer is from schuermannsebastian

I hope someone can guide me thru out this problem.

Edit : Someone says it might be because of my joystick , Im using Logitech Attack3 joystick , is it compatible with the MP?

Do you have a screenshot when running this command
sudo nano /etc/default/arducopter

Yes, you have to use the same port on both sides.
Which port you use should not matter. If telemetry works with port 14550 everything else should.
Have you configured your joystick in Missionplanner? Any DirectInput device should work with MP. Do you see the green bars in the joystick setup window move?
Have you configured the servox_function parameters?

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