One might believe that internet connections are simple, but there are different components that are used for streamlining the connection. For instance, there are internet servers and routers which are used for delivering internet connection to the users.
That being said, if the router cannot connect to Asus server, it will cause internet connection issues. If you want to fix the router and server connection, we are sharing the troubleshooting methods with you!
The Router Cannot Connect To Asus Server
1) DNS Settings
In some cases, people set the DNS servers manually, but they forget to set the “connect to DNS servers automatically” option. In that case, you have to set the DNS settings again, and don’t forget to set the “connect to DNS servers automatically” option to yes. Once this setting is streamlined, the connection to DNS or Asus servers will be streamlined.
Believe it or not, if there are viruses on your network or device, it can result in connectivity issues. Similarly, the virus might cause connectivity issues with the router and Asus router. For this purpose, we suggest that you scan your network and devices for malware and viruses. These malwares and viruses can impact connectivity and network speed.
In case you are using Windows system, it comes with a built-in defender that can scan viruses and malwares. However, you can also use third-party antivirus and anti-malware apps for scanning the abnormalities in the network and devices.
3) Internet Package
If there are no DNS settings issues or viruses, but the router is still not connecting to the Asus server, you need to check the internet package. That’s to say because this issue can occur if your internet package has run out. In that case, you have to check how much internet is left in the internet package.
In case you have consumed all megabits of your internet package, the router won’t connect to the server. So, test the internet package and activate it again if you’ve run out of the internet.
4) Bypass The DNS Server
Whenever you type the website into the search engine or browser, the computer will look up the IP address through the DNS server. However, if the router is not connecting to the Asus router, you could try bypass the DNS server.
The DNS server can be bypassed by typing the IP address in the browser. If the page doesn’t load optimally, you have to flush the DNS cache. Once the DNS cache is flushed, it’s highly likely that the router will connect to the server.
5) Weak Signals
In case bypassing the DNS server or flushing the DNS cache doesn’t work, there are high chances that weak signals are causing this server connection issue. First of all, we suggest that you use the ethernet cable for connecting the computer to the router. If the connection is established, you have slow or weak signals.
In that case, we suggest that you move the router to the central location of your home. This is because the central positioning of the router will deliver stable and stronger internet signals. Once the internet signals are strong, the router will connect to the Asus router!