The most common error while browsing the internet is ERR_Tunnel_Connection_Failed error so, today I will show you how to fix this error in an easy way this is a google chrome browser error, But why I see this error in google chrome browser:
- Incorrect Website Domain Configuration.
- Conflicting browser data.
- DNS Issues.
- Proxy settings incorrectly entered.
Ways to solve ERR_Tunnel_Connection_Failed issue.
Method 1. Go to start and type in the search box in your windows (internet option) and open it then press on Connections on the same interface press on LAN Settings then on the new page open uncheck the option Use a proxy server for your LAN And check on Automatically detect settings.
Method 2. Type in search box Command Prompt then right click and run it as Administrator type below commands and hit Enter after each command.
ipconfig /flushdns nbtstat –r netsh int ip reset netsh winsock reset
Method 3. click on the wifi connection on the right bottom side of your windows 10 then click on Properties, another window will open scroll down till IP setting under IP assignment click on edit then choose manual, turn on IPV4 then more fields will appear add these values in Preferred DNS “188.8.131.52” and in Alternate DNS type “184.108.40.206” then click Save.
Method 4. Clear browsing Data History in Google Chrome.
Clearing browsing history data is very simple just open Google Chrome Browser then click on the CTRL + H button at the same time on the keyboard. This will open a new page to delete your browsing data history.
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.