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How to fix Err_Empty_Response?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

The "err_empty_response" error code indicates that the server did not respond to the request. This can happen for a variety of reasons, such as the server being down, the network being down, or the server taking too long to respond.

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1. Check if the server is up and running

To Check if the server is up and running, you can ping the server and see if the response is empty. If the response is empty, then the server is likely not up and running.

2. Check if the server is accessible from the network

  1. Check the ping command output to see if the server responds to pings.
  2. If the server responds to pings, check to see if the ping times are consistent.
  3. Check to see if the server is accessible from the network.
  4. If the server is not accessible from the network, then the server may be down or the network may be inaccessible.

3. Check the server's firewall settings

The first step is to open a command prompt and type "firewall". This will open the Windows Firewall. Next, you need to check the "Windows Firewall with Advanced Security" settings. To do this, you will need to click on the "Windows Firewall with Advanced Security" icon in the system tray, and then click on "Settings". The "Settings" window will open. In this window, you will need to click on the "Firewall Settings" tab. The "Firewall Settings" tab will open. In this window, you will need to click on the "Err-Empty-Response" rule. The "Err-Empty-Response" rule will open. In this window, you will need to click on the "Action" button. The "Action" button will open. In this window, you will need to click on the "Enable" button. The "Enable" button will change to a "Disable" button. You will need to click on the "Disable" button to disable the rule. After you have disabled the rule, you will need to close the "Firewall Settings" window.

4. Check if the server is configured to accept connections from the client

The steps to check if the server is configured to accept connections from the client are:

  1. Verify that the port is open on the server.
  2. Verify that the server is configured to allow connections from the client.
  3. Verify that the client and server are using the same protocol and port.
  4. Verify that the client and server are using the same encryption type.

If the answers above didn't work then you should also try:

  1. Check if the server is configured to allow the client's IP address.
  2. Check if the server is configured to allow the client's domain.
  3. Check if the server is configured to allow the client's email address.