Many users are having trouble connecting to Discord voice channels due to a No Route error. The no route error is almost the same as the Stuck RTC Connecting Errors.
The No Route error happens because Discord is being stopped when it tries to connect to a voice server.
Most of the time the error is caused by Windows Firewall or Antivirus software preventing Discord to get access to outgoing connection.
To ensure that you can resolve the problem at the end of this article, make sure to follow all the steps in the order below.
Method 1: Restart your Internet Modem / Router
The easiest way to troubleshoot the “No Route Error” in Discord is by restarting your router. This way you can check whether the problem is caused by your ISP or your computer’s configuration.
Step 1: Press the Power Button on your router and wait for all the lights to turn off
Step 2: Unplug your router from the power outlet
Step 3: Press and Hold the power button for about 5-10 seconds
Step 4: Plug in your router
Step 5: Turn on your router and try connecting to discord’s voice server and see if the issue is resolved. If you are still encountering “No Route” error after restarting your router, the problem is within your computer’s settings. Proceed to the next method below.
Method 2: Disable QoS on Discord’s Settings
In some cases, your computer might not be able to keep up with high packet priority quality of service on discord which results to “No Route” error.
Some users reported that disabling QoS from the settings resolved their problem. Follow the steps below to disable Quality of Service on discord.
Step 1: Open Discord
Step 2: Click on Settings Icon
Step 3: Scroll down the side menu and Find Voice & Video
Step 4: On Voice & Video Settings, find “Enable Quality of Service High Packet Priority”
Step 5: Click on the switch and make sure that it is turned off
Step 6: Restart Discord and see if the “No Route” error is fixed
Method 3: Perform DNS FLUSH
A number of discord users reported that flushing the DNS and Renewing your IP can fix the “No route” error on Discord. Most of the time you will only need to perform this method once and the error would be fixed.
But some users experienced the need to perform DNS Flush occasionally to fix the error.
Step 1: Press on Windows Key + S and Search for Command Prompt
Step 2: Right Click on Command Prompt and Select Run as Administrator
Step 3: On Command Prompt, Type ipconfig /release and hit Enter
Step 4: After releasing your IP Address, Type ipconfig /flushdns and hit Enter
Step 5: After flushing DNS, Type ipconfig /renew and hit Enter
Step 6: Restart your computer and try connecting to Discord voice server and check if the “No route” error is solved
Method 4: Use Google’s DNS Server
Step 1: Press on Windows Key + S and Search for Network Status
Step 2: Open Network Status
Step 3: On Network Status, Find Change Adapter Options
Step 4: Right click on your network adapter and select properties
Step 5: On Ethernet Properties, Find Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
Step 6: Click on Properties
Step 7: On IPv4 properties, click on Use the following DNS server addresses
GOOGLE’s DNS SERVER
Alternate DNS SERVER