How to Resolve DNS Lookup Socket Exception Error
How to Resolve DNS Lookup Socket Exception Error - We face a lot of problems when we browse multiple websites of interest. The problem may have annoyed us due to unusual activities going on in Internet. Likewise an error might seen at the time of browsing "[Fiddler] DNS lookup for website failed system.net.sockets.socketexception No such host is known". This type of error generally occurs randomly or after you install any sort of software. In this article we suggest few steps to resolve such type of error.
We suggest our users to restart their Computer and also Wi-Fi router and check if problem is solved automatically. If problem persists then read the troubleshooting methods to resolve DNS Lookup Socket Exception error.
Procedure to Resolve DNS Lookup Socket Exception Error -
1. Perform DNS Flushing -
The Domain Name System (DNS) servers possess a list of domains e.g. www.computergk.com with its IP address entry. These entries might change from time to time. These entries are stored in computer which allows faster access to the websites you visit frequently. But when these entries changes, you have to face the error "[Fiddler] DNS lookup for website failed system.net.sockets.socketexception No such host is known ". So, in order to resolve you have to flush the DNS Entries. This procedure is popularly known as DNS Flushing.
How to Flush DNS? – Open the Command prompt window and enter the following command – ipconfig/flushdns; As a result, a message will show on the screen – "Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache". The message will clarify that flushing is done successfully.
2. Change the configured DNS Server Address
You can change the DNS server of your network. Users can override the default DNS Settings, so that it can specify which DNS server is using or which IP address should be used for a particular domain.