[Solved] Discord No Route Problem Fix RTC Error Windows 10

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If you are searching for a way to fix this specific Discord mistake, this post will provide you with a list of troubleshooting moves. Below you have some common approaches that other users have effectively followed in a similar scenario to overcome the problem.

To achieve the best outcome, begin from the first option and work your way down before you find a solution that is successful in addressing your specific situation.

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Restart router and then computer

First of all, let's make sure that you can't fix the problem with a quick restart. No Route error is sometimes found in such cases where the IPV6 link has been interrupted by a dynamic IP that continues to change.

You can check if this problem is temporary by restarting your router (or modem) and your PC. You don't need to reset your route's network settings – you can just unplug the power cable and plug it back in.

At the next restart, check to see whether you can link to Discord Voice Server without crashing to No Route Fault. If the mistake is still present, proceed using the next step below.

Uninstall 3rd party firewall or whitelist discrepancy

Another potential source of No Root error is an overprotective AV or Firewall that prevents Discord from sustaining Outgoing Connections. Determining whether the security solution is triggering an error is tricky because eliminating real-time defense will not be definitive as the same guidelines stay firmly in place.

The best way to decide if this situation happens is to fully uninstall your antivirus solution and see whether Discord has been able to bind to a new voice server. Here's a short guide to how to do this properly:
  • Press Windows + R key to access the Run dialog box. Then type "appwiz.cpl" and click Enter to unlock Programs and Features.
  • Within Programs and Features, navigate down to find the third party protection solution, then right-click it and select Uninstall.
Follow on-screen instructions to remove AV or firewall from your device.
Follow this tutorial to make sure you delete all remaining files from the protection solution.
Reboot your machine to see if Discord will communicate without problems.

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