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What Causes a DNS Error?

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What Causes a DNS Error?

DNS errors most often result from problems on the user's end, such as a faulty network or internet connection, misconfigured DNS settings, or an outdated browser. Additionally, they may be caused by a temporary server outage that prevents DNS from functioning. DNS issues can be resolved by troubleshooting your current connection, flushing the DNS cache, disabling extra connections, changing your computer's DNS server, and even resetting your router.


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If you run into a problem with the Domain Name System - simply called a DNS error - then you won't be able to access the internet, which is frustrating if it happens often. Finding out the most common causes of DNS issues and how to fix them can help you get back online quickly. The DNS translates the domain names we use to access websites into IP addresses, which is what your computer actually uses to access the website. In most cases, a DNS problem can be easily resolved.


What are some common causes of DNS issues?

  1. The Time to Live (TTL) is the expiration date attached to data in networking. ...
  2. It takes DNS latency a while to respond. Latency refers to the time it takes queries to be transmitted and returned.
  3. A DDOS attack