Jul 14, 2011 · This could just be a temporary O2 network glitch and will return to normal in a few hours. If not, here are a few things to try. Your problem could be related to your APN settings. Menu > Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile networks > Access point names > Menu > Reset to default.
In my case I could fix the problem using a different wi-fi connection instead of the wire internet of my university, something related with a proxy. Then a list of servers appears and you click one of them (I chose the first one). Now I'm downloading the complete installation. Hope finally my errors with MikTex and Texmaker be solved.
12007 - The server name or address could not be resolved. Indicates the server name (or IP address) is incorrect. Check that the server name is correct. Attempt the Browser Test described above. 12029 - A connection with the server could not be established. This could indicate that the Pro Cloud Server is not installed, the Service is not ...
SFTP connection to “itcdland.csumb.edu” could not be opened because the connection to the SFTP server could not be established or was lost. (Try again, or contact the server administrator to verify that you have the correct hostname, username, password, and authentication method, and that the server is running.
I could tell that the Windows 7 pptp (or actually sstp) server was the culprit, not the client. Interestingly, when I reverted to troubleshooting by using old router, the problem persisted. In Windows 7, there is no rrasmgmt.msc snapin.
I have a desktop and 2 laptops. Suddenly one of my laptops will not access the internet. I have a network connection and it's strong but no internet.
The first connection is activated (bConnect1=TRUE), although the connection has not yet been established (passive open). The second connection has not yet been activated (bConnect2=FALSE) (closed). The third connection was activated (bConnect3=TRUE), and a connection to the remote client has been established.