error 105 (Net::err_name_not_resolved): Unable to resolve the server’s DNS address

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Solutions:error 105 (Net::err_name_not_resolved): Unable to resolve the server's DNS address

If you are an administrator of the site like wordpress.

In case after you changed the DNS record (or name server) and request domain transfer, "error 105 (Net::err_name_not_resolved): Unable to resolve the server's DNS address" occurs to your site.

Refer to the article of the past "How To Fix DNS lookup failed in wordpress".

If the error occurs to your chrome(android)

Try one by one the contents of the following, and refresh your chrome(android) page.

Wait a few minutes,then refresh your chrome(android)

Because it might be a temporary error.
So wait a few minutes, and then refresh the chrome(android).

Re-check your Internet connection

Go to access the other site, and check your internet connection.

If you are using a wireless(Wifi), try to switch to a wired connection or other Wifi network.

Restart the router

Turn off the router, wait 10 second and restart it.

Try to access Internet with other browsers or mobilephone

If there are no problem to connect to the Internet, the browser(chrome) you are using might be in trouble.
So try to access the Internet from the other browser(like default browser), mobilephone or tablet.

Change the settings of your browser(In case of Google Chrome)

This is a solution only if you are using Google Chrome.

Following is the same as the contents of the detailed information displayed in Google Chrome.

Disabling network prediction by following these steps:

Go to the wrench menu > Settings > Show advanced settings... and deselect "Predict network actions to improve page load performance."

If this does not resolve the issue, we recommend selecting this option again for improved performance.

Clear the DNS cache on the PC or android

There is a possibility that the error"error 105 (Net::err_name_not_resolved)" is occurring because of old DNS records that have been saved to your computer or android.
So clear the DNS cache form your PC or android.

[PC]Start a command prompt, please press the enter key Copy and paste the contents of the following.

ipconfig /flushdns

[Android]Just wait a 10 minutes(600 seconds) by default.

Wait 24 hours

DNS name server caching about 24 hours in general.
And it will probably be presented the correct DNS record after 24 hours.

Try to use the Google Public DNS

If not resolved in the previous steps, please use the Google Public DNS.

Get Started Public DNS - Google Developers

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