Sometimes, especially if you usually use browsers such as Firefox, Iceweasel, Safari or Internet Explorer (Edge if I’m not mistaken) to access your website and decide to open the same website from the browser. Google Chrome, you are faced with the error:
Error 105 ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED This web page is not available
Do not put your hands to your head or pull your hair (if you have one) since it is not related to your website or your Hosting, and if not much to your browser and your Internet connection. If you want to know why and how to solve it keep reading!.
What is Error Name Not Resolved
This and other similar common errors are usually:
- Error 101 (net :: ERR_CONNECTION_RESET)
- Error 2 (net :: ERR_FAILED): unknown error
- Error 104 (net :: ERR_CONNECTION_FAILED)
- Error 105 (net :: ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED)
- Error 102 (net :: ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED): unknown error
- Error 324 (net :: ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE)
Verifications and solutions
Check your Chrome browser for the URL and make sure you are trying to access the correct web address.
If you have confirmed that you are accessing the correct web address, check if you can open the same web page in another browser (for example, in Internet Explorer or Firefox).
If you cannot view the web page in any browser, it may be temporarily unavailable. You should also make sure that you are successfully connected to the internet.
Scan your computer with a known antivirus that has updated signatures, but above all, scan that you do not have malware with tools like Spybot Search & Destroy (for example).
There is malicious software or malware that can prevent Google Chrome from connecting to a web server.
Removes navigation traces and cookies to discard that some is damaged and that prevents the correct loading of the web from Chrome.
- Click on the Chrome menu located on the browser toolbar.
- Choose Setting.
- Click on Show advanced options.
- In the “Privacy” section, click Content settings.
- In the “Cookies” section, click All cookies and site data.
- Click on Delete all.
- Click on the X to close the dialog box.
Verify that the Google Chrome browser has the necessary permissions on your firewall to go to the Internet.
The solution that should solve this problem if the rest have not worked for you is turn off the router for 30 seconds, turn it on again and once it has synchronized, check from Google Chrome if your website is accessible or if the annoying connection error persists.
Using Google’s public DNS on your Internet connection can help you resolve this issue.
Oh, you don’t know what Google’s public DNS are? They are the following:
The next time your Google Chrome browser thwarts the connection to your website, with errors like ERR_CONNECTION_RESET, instead of swearing in unknown languages, remember that one day in this blog we published an entry where we give you some indications that can help you understand and resolve this awkward incident.
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