It is important to verify that there is an active Internet connection on both devices. Make sure you have a good and stable connection on both devices and that your router is also connected to the Internet.
To check the Internet connection on your Windows 11 device, open the Settings app and select Network & Internet. Here you will find a list of various Internet connections. Click on the one you are using and check the status. If you are connected, the status will show as «Connected».
Check your Internet
We now recommend that you check and make sure that your Internet is working as expected. Start by making sure you can access popular websites. If you can access the websites, the next step is to check your internet speed. Slow speed or high ping can cause inconsistencies with your connection, which can cause problems with Anydesk. Use a speed test tool to check the speed of your Internet connection.
If you notice an unstable connection or high ping in the above test, it is likely the reason for the problems with Anydesk. In such cases, you can try to reset your router or contact your network provider to troubleshoot your network. However, if everything seems to be working smoothly with your network, then you can proceed with the fixes below to fix Anydesk on your Windows 11 PC.
Check the Internet connection on your computer
Slow or no internet connectivity can also be the reason why AnyDesk is causing problems on your computer, and internet troubleshooting can resolve the issue for you.
AnyDesk can work with Internet speeds as low as 100kb/s, but we recommend you have at least 500kb/s for the smoothest experience.
Disconnected from AnyDesk network
Other than an unstable internet connection, if the AnyDesk server is down or continues to be down, you may notice that AnyDesk won’t connect or keeps disconnecting . Some users reported that disabling IPv6 can help fix the problem. Anyway, now let’s look at this in detail.
Before starting the different troubleshooting methods, check if the Anydesk servers are up and running. You can do this by visiting the Anydesk website. If they are down, you can’t do anything instead of waiting until Anydesk fixes the problem.
Windows generates these error messages. They are usually caused by a misconfigured firewall. The firewall on both the local and remote sides should not interfere with the AnyDesk connection. Therefore, it may be necessary to modify the firewall to allow AnyDesk to make connections. In some cases, you may need to whitelist AnyDesk using *.net.anydesk.com.
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