There are many common network configuration error codes, such as DNS errors, IP address conflicts, and more. These error codes can happen for a variety of reasons, such as incorrect DNS settings, an IP address conflict, or a problem with the network adapter.
- Network ConfigurationWindows 10 update error code 0x800704cfWindows 10 update error code 0x800704cf is an error that usually prevents the users from accessing Network PC to share files or do other tasks. Users of Windows 7 and Windows 10 may experience the error. The same error may also manifest in Workgroup for users of Windows 10.
- Network ConfigurationPS3 error 80028ea8PS3 error 80028ea8 is an error that usually occurs due to a PlayStation Network (PSN) maintenance.
- Network ConfigurationPS4 error ce-37732-2PS4 error ce-37732-2 is an error that usually occurs when the downloaded file was not installed to the system properly. It is likely that the data was corrupted when it was downloading.
- Network ConfigurationPS4 error np-39225-1PS4 error np-39225-1 is an error that usually occurs when there is a problem with the internet connection on the PS4.
- Network ConfigurationPS4 error ce-37813-2PS4 error ce-37813-2 is an error that usually occurs when the user has problems in connection to their local area network (LAN).
- Network ConfigurationXbox One network error code 0x80072ee7Xbox One network error code 0x80072ee7 is an error that may be caused by a poor network connection or a corrupted data on the hard drive of the console.
- iPhone error no sim cardHow can I fix iPhone error "no sim card"?iPhone error no sim card is an error that usually occurs if the sim card used is not from the specific network the device is currently locked with.
- Network ConfigurationDestiny 2 error code beaverDestiny error code beaver is an error that usually occurs when users are having problems logging into the Destiny servers or when players are getting disconnected.
Still not working? maybe try one of these options:
- -Ensure that the network cable is plugged in properly and securely
- -Check the network settings to ensure that the correct IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway are configured
- -Verify that the DNS settings are correct
- -Check for any firewalls or other security software that may be blocking network access
- -Restart the router and/or modem
- -Contact the ISP for further assistance