Every time i try to get on amazon.com i get the same message. i checked
my settings still nothing The page cannot be displayed
The page you are looking for is currently unavailable. The Web site might be experiencing technical difficulties, or you may need to adjust your browser settings.
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To check your connection settings, click the Tools menu, and then click Internet Options. On the Connections tab, click Settings. The settings should match those provided by your local area network (LAN) administrator or Internet service provider (ISP).
See if your Internet connection settings are being detected. You can set Microsoft Windows to examine your network and automatically discover network connection settings (if your network administrator has enabled this setting).
Click the Tools menu, and then click Internet Options.
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Detailed Problem definition: The problem is there is no communication to administrators, staff/students when the CS server goes down. Monitoring is done by IT staff by manually checking the PC status and other hardware statistics. There is no alerting system to notify the service and host down. Network administration department staffs finding difficulties in reports generation about the situation. Staff has a time limited window in which to deliver their lesson. If that's an online lesson and the network is running slow or down, staff will not be able to complete the lesson and the students will be moving on to the next class in their schedule. It wastes of time for staff /students. JNTU needs some system which alerts some email or text messages to staff/students.
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Re: Cannot find server or DNS Error
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should match those provided by your local area network (LAN)
administrator or Internet service provider (ISP).
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then click About Internet Explorer to determine what strength security
you have installed.
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settings can support it. Click the Tools menu, and then click Internet
Options. On the Advanced tab, scroll to the Security section and check
settings for SSL 2.0, SSL 3.0, TLS 1.0, PCT 1.0.
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Cannot find server or DNS Error
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Error 105 indicates that Chrome can't find a DNS server.
Without a DNS server, a browser can't find a web page using a domain name (such as google.com) and therefore cannot surf the web.
If you have another browser, such as Edge, Internet Explorer, or Firefox and they cannot reach google.com either, then you are either not connected to a network with internet access or your browser has been hijacked.
If you are on a windows computer, use Windows+R or click in the Run box on your start menu and type cmd to pull up a command window. type >ping google.com and hit enter... if it pings the address successfully, then you have DNS and your browser has been clobbered.
Otherwise try connecting to another network, contact your network administrator, or examine your TCP/IP settings for your current network adapter and set your Preferred DNS server to 18.104.22.168 (google's DNS server) and the Alternate DNS to 22.214.171.124 (also google). This should give you access to the whole internet via domain names.
Refresh the page that failed to load. If the page reloads, you just had a momentary lapse in service that happens with most providers. Between each following step, try refreshing the page to see if the problem is resolved.
Check the page address you typed into the address bar to make sure it is spelled right. An error in the URL address could cause this error message.
Go to your connection settings and make sure the settings match those of your Internet service provider or local area network. Do this by clicking on Tools on the toolbar, then Internet Options. Under the Connections tab, click Settings.
Click the "Detect Network Settings" link on the Internet Explorer page accompanying the error message to let Windows try and find an optimum connection.
Download DNS error fix software off the Internet if no other option works (see Resources). The software is free on some websites and should be able to identify the problem and correct it.
The servers are located in the network by using it's ip address. Using names for the domains is easier for humans. A Domain Name Server (DNS) keeps track of the server ip address related with the domain name. When an error occurs finding the corresponding ip address for the domain name, youll get the message "Oops! This page appears broken. DNS Error - Server cannot be found.".
The error refers to the Domain Name Server (DNS) that your system uses is unable to translate the Uniform Resource Locator (URL, web address either Typed in the address line or linked using a hyper-link, favorite or default home page) (In english, the translation of a web address link www.google.com to the Internet Protocol (IP) address that computers actually use to show the page)
The URL is wrong. (Typed wrong, link no longer active, link changed)
The DNS server listed for your ISP configuration is not working.
The web site is offline.
The DNS server settings for your internet configuration are wrong.
Try a different Web Address, see if it works
Restart (Completely power off your Cable/DSL modem and then do the same with your router)
Check you IP address configuration settings and ensure that auto-assign DNS is selected (Default setting)
Boot to safe mode with networking, see if you can get online that way.
This could be possible when you try to surf the website that has been unavailable. There could be mistyped URL too. Make sure to type the exact website in the internet browser. Website might have been down due to problems or not paid to hosting service and was removed or stopped.
Goto the command prompt bar in the start menu type ' cmd ' then click o.k . A black dos screen will appear type in ' ipconfig/all ' and it will the the two servers you need under dns servers but if your doing a wired connection to your ps3 then you need to manually configure your dns on the custom method of setting up your internet connection on your ps3 as if this is auto config that will give you a dns error. Hope that helps ,I can go into more detail and guide you through it if need to .
I had the same problems, it turns out my browser options were set to identify my bb browser as internet explore, you can also set it as firefox, once i changed it back to blackberry it worked fine, just go to browser menu options and change it.
Maybe internet is shut off on your phone?
Here are the internet settings for Cingular:
Internet Setting Cingular: Profile Name: Cingular GPRS setting: APN: wap.cingular User Name: WAP @ CINGULARGPRS.COM Password: CINGULAR1 (ALL UPPERCASE) Time Out: Off Primary Gateway IP: 126.96.36.199 Port: 9201 Secondary Gateway IP: 0.0.0.0 Port: 0 DNS Server:BLANK CSD setting:BLANK Dial in number NONE Query at Logon: (NO CHECK MARK) User Name Password Baud Rate Auto Line Type: ISDN Time Out Off DNS Server: Then go to your browser and enter the following settings: Profile Name: MEdia Net Homepage: device.home Network Link: Cingular MMS Settings: Profile Name: MMS over HTTP MMSC: http : //mmsc.cingular.com/ (No Spaces) Max Sending Size: 30K Network Profile: Cingular and T Mobile:Internet Setting T-Mobile T-MobileWeb Settings: Primary IP Address: 216.155.165.050 Secondary IP Address: (Blank) Access Point Name (APN): wap.voicestream.com Data Bearer: GPRS Profile Name: GPRS Username: (Blank) Password: (Blank) Home Page: http://wap.myvoicestream.com Picture Messaging Settings: Multi-Media Service Center (MMSC) Address: http://188.8.131.52/servlets/MMS Validity Period: 72 hours Hide ID option (if option exists): set to off, no, or disabled and Fido:Internet Setting FIDO Profile name: FidoWAP GPRS setting: APN: wap.fido.ca Username: fido Password: fido Timeout: 15 minutes Primary Gateway IP: 184.108.40.206 Port 8080 Secondary Gateway IP: (blank) Port: (blank) DNS Server: (unchecked) CSD Setting: Dial in number: (blank) Query at logon: (unchecked) Username: (blank) Password: (blank) Baud Rate: Auto Line type: Modem Timeout: Off DNS server: (unchecked) Then press Save. To get MMS working (what I haven't included are the blanks and all boxes should be unchecked unless specified) Setup-->Data Network Profile Name: Fido MMS APN: mms.fido.ca Username: fido Password: fido Timeout: 15 minutes Primary Gateway IP: 220.127.116.11 Port: 8080 Baud Rate: Auto Line type: Modem Timeout: off Then click SAVE. THEN Messages-->Service Setup-->Multimedia Message Default profile: FidoMMS (all other settings are to your preference) Tap the box beside Default Profile and ensure that FidoMMS is the default profile. Settings for MMS profile goes Profile name: FidoMMS MMSC: http://mms.fido.ca Max Sending Size: (your preference) Network Profile: Fido MMS and Rogers:Internet Setting Rogers Proxy Name: Rogers MMS Proxy Address: 172.25.0.107 Access Point: Rogers MMS Home: ((Set whatever page you like here)) Port Number: 8080 Authentication Type: HTTP-BASIC User Name: media Password: mda01 Access Point Name: Rogers MMS APN: media.com Authentication Type: PAP User Name: media Password: mda01 DNS: <> Linger Time: 180 MMS Accounts (Main Menu -> Messaging -> Messaging Settings -> MMS Settings) Profile Name: Rogers MMS Proxy: Rogers MMS Relay Server URL: http://mms.gprs.rogers.com
If you are using a public router (meaning you're using just a connection from somebody else's router) prolly, you're DNS have been blocked...have you tried connecting to other sources other than the one you can't use? If you have a connection and you don't own your own wireless router, try borrowing one from someone you know first then try if it works...then that's the time you should ask for your own wireless router...