Another error for Google Chrome web browser is ERR_TUNNEL_CONNECTION_FAILED. This error can arise for anyone browsing the web. Some of the known causes for this error are-
- Incorrect Website Domain Configuration.
- Conflicting browser data.
- DNS Connection Issues.
- Proxy settings incorrectly entered.
This error is not seen occurring too frequently – but if you do, we suggest you take a look at a few things.
In order to fix this error, we will be checking out the following fixes-
- Set up Automatically Detect the connection settings.
- Flush the DNS Settings.
- Use a VPN Connection.
- Clear Browser Data.
- Remove conflicting Browser Extensions.
- Reset Google Chrome Browser.
1] Set up Automatically Detect the connection settings
Start by typing in Internet Options in the Cortana Search Box. Click on the appropriate result.
Now navigate to the tab called Connections.
Under the section labeled as Local Area Network (LAN) settings. Click on the button that says LAN Settings.
Under the section of Proxy Server, uncheck the option that is labeled as Use a proxy server for your LAN (These settings will not apply to dial-up or VPN connections).
Click on OK and then Reboot the computer for the changes to take effect.
2] Flush the DNS Settings
You can Flush the DNS cache and check if that fixes your issues.
3] Use a VPN Connection
The network that your computer is logged on, might have blocked your access to that website. So, in order to overcome that, you can try these VPN Connection extensions from the Google Chrome extension web store and check if you can access the website normally.
4] Clear Browser Data
There are high chances that some browser data is conflicting with the loading of the website. This might be a very basic fix, but in this case, it can be proved a highly reliable one.
For this, start by opening Google Chrome. Now hit the CTRL + H button combination on your keyboard.
This will open a new panel to delete your browsing history and other data.
Select every checkbox that you see and finally click on Clear browsing data.
Restart your browser and check if your error is fixed or not.
5] Remove conflicting Browser Extensions
There are high chances that the extensions and toolbars installed on your browser might be conflicting with the loading of your website. So, in order to fix that, you need to remove or disable these extensions and toolbars.
6] Reset Google Chrome Browser
You can reset Chrome browser settings to default and see if this helps. This will return your Google Chrome browser to its default state, and it will be as good as a fresh install.
Did any of the fixes mentioned above help you?