Easy to Fix “Your DNS Server might be unavailable” Error

Your DNS server might be unavailable” is the common frustrating error of your DNS server. But there’s no need to panic. Luckily, you can fix it easily by yourself! You’ll learn two easy and effective methods to fix this problem. Read on and find how…

What is a DNS server?

A DNS (Domain Name System) server is a storage repository of domain names and their corresponding IP addresses. Internet connected devices are assigned unique IP addresses and they can locate each other on the network using these addresses. In order to eliminate the need for users to remember numerical IP addresses such as (in case of IPv4) for example, human-friendly domain names, like www.example.com were introduced. The purpose of DNS servers is to transform the domain name that you type into your browser into its IP address form that your browser can ultimately use to connect to the web server and load the page that you have requested. There is a whole network of DNS servers worldwide to provide a high level of redundancy for DNS lookups.

Easy to Fix “Your DNS Server might be unavailable” Error

Method 1: Flush your DNS

1) On your keyboard,  press the Windows logo key  + R key at the same time to invoke the Run command.

2) Type cmd.exe in the box and hit Enter to open Command Prompt.

3) In the Command Prompt window, type the following commands and hit Enter after each one:

ipconfig /flushdns

ipconfig /release

ipconfig /renew

 4) Close the window and see if the error is fixed.

If unluckily the error is still exists, try the next way please.

Method 2: Reset your router

Reset router can fix many DNS errors. Thus make sure to try to reset your router when a DNS error occurs. 
You can use the reset button on your router or unplug and reconnect your router to reset it.
When it’s done, see if the error is solved.

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