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I get this error: DNS could not resolve the host name


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Hi Nasrinn,

It's possible your internet service provider's Domain Name Servers have temporarily forgot how to find the SL servers. You could wait a day for that to resolve or try Google's DNS servers, which seem to be among the most reliable out there. Here's how to do that...

https://developers.google.com/speed/public-dns/docs/using

Before you do that, you might just try restarting your broadband modem/router.

Good luck!

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Hi Nasrinn,

It's possible your internet service provider's Domain Name Servers have temporarily forgot how to find the SL servers. You could wait a day for that to resolve or try Google's DNS servers, which seem to be among the most reliable out there. Here's how to do that...

https://developers.google.com/speed/public-dns/docs/using

Before you do that, you might just try restarting your broadband modem/router.

Good luck!

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