The root of such irritating messages can often be traced back to the server outage.
In such cases, the DNS server is temporarily unavailable.
Most of the time, these problems can be corrected by changing browsers, switching a few of your firewall settings, or restarting your router.
How do I fix DNS server might be unavailable?
The most effective method for fixing the issue with the DNS server being unavailable is to flush it using Command Prompt.
- Pull up the Run dialog by simultaneously pressing the Windows key and R key.
- Type cmd into the field and press Enter.
- In the Command Prompt window, type ipconfig /flushdns and press Enter.
How do I make my DNS server available?
Solution 8 – Use OpenDNS or Google’s DNS
- Follow Steps 1-3 from Solution 5.
- Select Use the following DNS server addresses. Now enter 8.8. 8.8 as Preferred DNS server and 8.8. 4.4 as Alternate DNS server. Alternatively, you can use 208.67. 222.123 and 208.67. 220.123 instead. Now click OK to save changes.
Why is my DNS not working?
Go into your network settings, select the network that is causing the issue, go to Properties, Advanced, and click the box that has “ipv6 connectivity” not checked at the bottom. Reset your phone network settings on your phone. They are different for each Android version. Google for whichever version you are using.