I continue to use iGlide regularly without any problems. I'm a Mac user and run Condor under Boot Camp. I recently moved to Win10 in Boot Camp, and getting iGlide to connect to it took a little more fiddling than with WinXP, but it has been working once I poked around a bit.
You're seeing data out the serial port, but that doesn't necessarily mean you're getting data onto your local WiFi, though the "Connected" status in iGlide seems to indicate it's seeing the HWSerial port WiFi connection and login. If your router has some way of showing WiFi traffic you might see if there's any traffic through the socket that's serving the Condor data. Also, I Telneted to the correct HWSerial port socket on the Windows machine to see if the Condor data was coming through that port. Initially it wasn't and I had to do some more fiddling in the HWSerial setup to get it to be served. I don't recall now what that was.