My wifi is not working. I connected directly to the modem and we have internet. I did a factory reset on our Nest (as we have done in the past when this happened). I am using Google Home app to setup the Nest. I go to setup new device and I get this message: "DNS resolution failed for googlehomefoyer-pa.googleapis.com:443". I looked this error up and someone said to connect your phone wifi to the Nest and then setup will work. The problem is it asks me for the Nest password, which I have no idea what this is.
Does anyone know what to do to correct this DNS error? We are getting frustrated with the Nest because our wifi seems to go down every other month. We have to factory reset the Nest and setup all our devices each time. Very frustrating.
Sounds like something you should ask your ISP about, those are likely responsible for the DNS name resolution in this case.
What modem do you have, is it bridged? / What WAN IP address does your main puck get? Can be seen in the Google Home app, or by going to following URL in a web browser while connected to Nest Wifi:
This URL ^ should also say what DNS servers you get from your ISP.
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