Many users avoided using voice channels because of no route error. This error is the same as the stuck RTC connecting and ICE checking errors. This error stops discord from connecting to the voice server.
There are various situations that can actually cause this error to occur. Some of the issues are stated below.
If you are looking forward to knowing the different ways that can help you fix the no route error, then here are some troubleshooting solutions that you can try out.
Below are the methods that some other users have followed and their problem got fixed. To make sure that you get the best results, then start with the first method. In case it doesn't work, then try another solution.
Just try out a simple restart and see if it fixes your problem. This error can occur in cases where the connection gets affected by a dynamic IP address. You can get to know if this problem is temporary by restarting your computer system and router.
However, you don't have to reset the settings of your router. All you have to do is to just disconnect the power wire and then reconnect it. After that, you need to see if you are able to connect with the discord servers without encountering the no route error.
The no route error can also occur because of a protective firewall, which is blocking discord from creating any connections. It is hard to determine whether the security firewall is leading to the problem or not as if you disable real-time protection you still won't be able to know if it is the cause of the error.
The only way to fix this problem is to uninstall the antivirus software on your system. If discord is able to connect to the voice server, then that means antivirus security was the cause of the problem.
Below are the Steps that You need to Carry Out in Order to Uninstall Antivirus Software.
Step 1: Press the Windows key and R key to launch the run box. After that, enter "appwiz.cpl" to launch Programs and Features.
Step 2: Open Programs and Features and go down to search for a third-party solution. After that, right-click on it and then select Uninstall.
Step 3: After that, carry out the instructions appearing on the screen to uninstall the third-party antivirus software from your system.
Step 4: Please make sure to remove the remaining files of the security software.
Step 5: Now, restart your computer and check if you can connect to Discord without any problem.