Connection has timed out

     
Are you seeing the “ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT” error in your browser? Not a very helpful error message, is it? If you are a daily WordPress user, then it’s always good to be aware of common errors lượt thích these that might prevent you from getting access to lớn your website.

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Open Proxy Settings in Chrome

Your next step depends on the system you’re currently using. Windows users will want to click on LAN Settings & uncheck the Use proxy vps for LAN option. If you’re a Mac user, you should immediately find yourself in the relevant menu. You’ll then have to uncheck all selectable proxy protocols and check to see if the ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT message has been resolved.

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Uncheck proxies on Mac

If you’re on Windows, you will see a “Local Area Network (LAN) Settings” window appear. You will want to lớn confirm that the “Use a proxy server for your LAN” option is unchecked.

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Disable Chrome proxy settings in Windows

The same goes if you’re using a VPN lượt thích ExpressVPN or TunnelBear. Make sure you’re not connected by accident.

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4. Change DNS Servers

The next thing you can try is changing your DNS servers. By default, DNS servers are automatically assigned by your ISP. But you could try temporarily changing these to lớn a public DNS server, such as Google or Cloudflare.

Tip: If you’re already using a không tính phí DNS server and having issues, removing it và defaulting back khổng lồ your ISP’s DNS servers also sometimes fix things.

Google và Cloudflare aren’t perfect 100% of the time and there have been a few instances where we’ve noticed switching back has resolved the issue. This is especially true if you’re using a Wifi hotspot in an airport or coffee shop.

Windows

In Windows simply mở cửa up Command Prompt by pressing the Windows hình ảnh sản phẩm key & R. Then type “control panel” & hit Enter.

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Run Control Panel Windows

Click on “Network và Internet” & then “Network & Sharing Center.” On the left-hand side, click on “Change Adapter Settings.”

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Change adapter settings

Right click on your current connection, this will either be Local Area Connection or Wireless Network Connection based on how you’re connecting. Then click on “Properties.”