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What does it mean when you have a DNS error?
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What does it mean when you have a DNS error?


What does having a DNS error mean and how do you fix A DNS error?
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Check with your hosting company, usually they will fix if for you. Did you transfer your site over to a new hosting?
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Sometime DNS shows error in that case before shifting you should request to restart DNS or you should try to use alternate DNS over domain and wait till 24 hours than check again, May be you can get your error problem solved.
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Just as a sneeze might be a warning that you've caught a cold, a DNS error is usually an early warning that you've completely lost network or Internet access. This error indicates that you've been unable to look up the IP address for a domain that you're trying to access
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Select Change adapter settings. Press and hold (or right-click) Local Area Connection, and then select Properties. Select Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) > Properties. Select Obtain an IPv6 address automatically > Obtain DNS servers address automatically > OK.
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Just as a sneeze might be a warning that you've caught a cold, a DNS error is usually an early warning that you've completely lost network or Internet access. This error indicates that you've been unable to look up the IP address for a domain that you're trying to access.
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Similarly as a sniffle may be a notice that you've come down with a bug, a DNS mistake is normally an early cautioning that you've totally lost system or Internet get to. This mistake shows that you've been unfit to look into the IP address for a space that you're attempting to get to.
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What Does a DNS Error Mean? Just as a sneeze might be a warning that you've caught a cold, a DNS error is usually an early warning that you've completely lost network or Internet access. This error indicates that you've been unable to look up the IP address for a domain that you're trying to access
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Reset Your Router. If there is no button on your router, disconnect it from power supply. When your router has restarted, try restarting your computer as well and see if this helps. There might be a problem with your router configuration - this can also cause this "DNS server is not responding" error.
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The inability of a DNS server to convert a domain name to an IP address in a TCP/IP network. A DNS failure may occur within a company's private network or within the Internet.
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