• Issue between two different servers on the internet that are not communicating properly.
  • Sometimes, there is no real issue but your browser thinks there’s one thanks to a problem with your browser, an issue with home networking equipment, or some other in-your-control reason


Step 1: Try loading the URL again by refreshing the browser

This is on the grounds that it could be amazingly brief. Attempting the page again will regularly be effective.

Step 2: start a new browser session

By shutting every open window and afterward opening another one. At that point have a go at opening the page once more.

  • It is conceivable that the 502 error you got was because of an issue on your PC that happened at some point during this utilization of your program. A basic restart of the program itself could tackle the issue.

Step 3: Clear your browser cache

Outdated or Corrupted files that are being put away by your program could be causing 502 Bad Gateway issues. Evacuating those store documents and attempting the page again will take care of the issue if this is the reason.

Step 4: Delete your browser cookies

For comparative reasons as referenced above with reserved records, clearing put away cache could fix a 502 error.

Step 5: Start your browser in safe mode

Running a program in safe mode intends to run it with default settings and without additional items or expansions, including toolbars.

  • In the event that the 502 error no longer shows up when running your program in Safe Mode, you realize that some program augmentation or setting is the reason for the issue. Return your program settings to default as well as specifically handicap program expansions to discover the underlying driver and for all time fix the issue.

Step 6: Try another browser

On the off chance that an elective program doesn’t deliver a 502 Bad Gateway error, you currently realize that your unique program is the wellspring of the issue. Expecting you’ve followed the above investigating counsel, presently would be an ideal opportunity to reinstall your program and check whether that adjusts the issue.

Step 7: Download Software Update

Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) 2010 Service Pack 1 if you have MS Forefront TMG SP1 installed and receive the message Error Code: 502 Proxy Error. The network logon failed. (1790) or a similar message when accessing a web page.

Step 8: Restart your computer

Some impermanent issues with your PC and how it’s interfacing with your system could be causing 502 errors, particularly in case you’re seeing the error on more than one site. In these cases, a restart would help.

Step 9: Restart your networking equipment

Issues with your modem, switch, switches, or other systems administration gadgets could be causing 502 Bad Gateway or other 502 errors. A basic restart of these gadgets could help.

Step 10: Change your DNS servers

Either on your router or on your PC or gadget. Some Bad Gateway errors are brought about by impermanent issues with DNS servers.

Step 11: Contact the website administrator / NET support

If the above-mentioned steps did not resolve your issue.

Step 12: Contact your Internet Service Provider

On the off chance that your program, PC, and system are on the whole working and the site reports that the page or site is working for them, the 502 Bad Gateway issue could be brought about by a system issue that your ISP is liable for.

Step 13: Come back later

Now in your investigating, the 502 Bad Gateway error message is very likely an issue with either your ISP or with the site’s system—one of the two gatherings may have even affirmed that for you in the event that you reached them straightforwardly. In any case, you’re by all account not the only one seeing the 502 error thus you’ll have to hold up until the issue is tackled for you.