I have been trying to fix this issue for almost 2 days. If this fix fixed your problem then don’t forget to say thanks on comment.I didn’t find any online resource to fix this issue, so I had to discover this for myself by trying various methods. Keep backup of your configuration settings before trying to attempt this method. Tried to Reset the router to factory default by using Reset button which is found on TP-Link Router. Clean setup by using Resource CD which is offered with tp-link router. I tried to change lot of settings/configuration individually by seeing others settings found on official forum. Result: Most of the times works but sometimes didn’t worked. Result: Not worked I was seeing “unable to resolve DNS” errors all around the web, that time I got an idea that there might be a problem with some DNS settings. You will get DNS address under “Wireless LAN adapter Wi Fi:” here you look for DNS Servers . This time I didn’t see any problem on my desktop which is not using my TP-Link router to connect the internet. It is connected through LAN cable (wired connection) directly from the modem and not through TP-Link router. Laptop: Here I’m using Wi Fi signals from TP-link router to connect the internet. I think it is some sort of frequent disconnection from the internet. The response time from any site is really high, or I can say it is, when I try to open any site it took a lot of time to connect that site (you see below the browser it says “Looking for or Resolving… It almost takes 30 to 40 seconds instead of 2 to 5 seconds (used the desktop to check). If you visit any website some images won’t load correctly, or you will see broken images, sometimes you will see “Unable resolve DNS..” sort of message on some widget. I changed both the values to values which I got on my Desktop system i.e 2.222 and 2.220 (If don’t know DNS then contact your ISP, they will help you) and click save button after changing. If you have different problem then try to browse tp-link forum you will get some idea.So we guessed the problem is with my TP-Link router. Even though I fixed this problem for a particular model like TL-WR740N router, I guess the process will work almost any company router or model. If you have any doubts then leave comment, I will replay. We have both an internal DNS (Windows 2003 R2 server which is our Primary Domain Controller) and external DNS (Open DNS for outside the firewall requests).
And we changed that modem, but still, the problem persists. The default username and password will be admin so enter when it asked.The below commands are working for me, so this solution is working for many users.ipconfig /release ipconfig /all ipconfig /flushdns ipconfig /renew netsh int ip set dns netsh winsock reset Now Restart your computer. Right click on Windows Logo and then click Network Connection.We need to configure the Windows Firewall rules in cluster nodes to allow the inbound TCP protocol to remote shutdown. If the cluster is in a branch office, you may need to configure the proxy settings on cluster nodes. The second one is if we use If the cluster is under default container like "Computer", we don't need to prestage a virtual computer object for the CAU clustered role.To update the firewall rules, we can apply it by "Group Policy" or update it from GUI or Power Shell on each node. If not, please create a computer object in Active Directory Users and Computers and then grant "Allow - full control" for "CU01".Recommended: How To Fix DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN in Chrome The above solution of DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NO_INTERNET error is working for most of users even me, but there are many things related to this issue like if your network provider not responding, etc.