TeamViewer software is a great software that assists you to control and access PCs remotely. It is not unlikely for errors to occur while using the software. Like every other software, one can come across issues while using TeamViewer.
One such issue is no connection error. Whenever this error occurs, you will see an error message on your screen stating "Error Code Wait for connect failed" or "Partner did not connect to router".
This error usually appears when there is no network connectivity. This can happen because of faulty installation and incompatibility between TeamViewer and the computer.
Below are some of the solutions that you can try out to fix the no connection error of TeamViewer. Before you go ahead with the solutions, please ensure that TeamViewer and Windows are updated.
1) Restart Your Network
Your partner and you can try rebooting your network router and see if it helps you in establishing a successful connection.
2) Enable Full Access Control to TeamViewer
Launch TeamViewer and then select the option of Extras given in the Menu bar, After that, select "Options" given at the left side of the panel and click on the Advanced option. Now, go to the right and then click on the button of Show Advanced options.
After that, go to the section of Advanced settings for connection to this computer" and then choose Full Access given in the drop-down menu to see the option of "Access Control". Select Ok and then check if it resolves your issues.
3) Try Flushing DNS Configuration
Open an elevated command prompt, execute 3 commands one after the other to flush DNS cache.