How to fix Nintendo Switch known issues 2021

Nintendo released it’s latest console at the end of March 2017 created a new era for Gaming consoles by promoting the Switch, it’s created with a motto – “Freedom to have fun. Wherever. Whenever.” Nintendo Switch bundles with a lot of features like the motion sensor, handheld mode, console mode, HD display, Joy-Con, Online play and much more.

Switch becomes the ‘fastest-selling’ gaming console for the U.S. market. Nintendo Switch sold 906,000 units in the U.S. in March, according to NPD. Nintendo user’s are facing some difficulties in configuring the Nintendo Switch. In this article, we will see the common errors and how to fix them

 Error 1 – Error Code: 2110-3127 (Unable to connect your device to a wired or wireless network)

  • This error code indicates that issue is with the DNS Settings.
  • Recheck the ISP or DNS configurations in the console internet settings.
  • Try updating your Primary DNS to and Secondary DNS to
  • How to do the DNS settings Manually

Error 2 – Error Code: 2124-8006 (Nintendo Account to Console linking error)

  • Generally, this error is because of slow internet connection or the weak signal from your WiFi router.
  • Check your connection timeout settings, firewall, and DNS configurations.
  • How to check the Router Settings

Error 3 – Error Code: 2110-1100 (Unable to connect your device to the network)

  • This error code indicates that USB LAN adapter is not correctly installed.
  • Another option is your device is unable to connect to a network from your saved network connections.

Error 4 – Error Code: 2110-2900 until 2110-2999 (Router’s DHCP is disabled)

  • This range of error code generally indicates the issue with router’s DHCP server is disabled or not correctly installed.
  • How to do the DNS settings Manually

Error 5 – Error Code: 2110-3400 ( update your console system menu version)

  • Before connecting to a network for authentication through some kind of web browser update the Nintendo Switch console to latest menu version.
  • Preferably system menu version 2.0.0.
  • Now try connecting online followed by the authentication process.

How to Manually Enter DNS Settings

  • Go to Network connection settings –> Advance Settings –> then select DNS settings
  • Click on Manual option
  • Select Primary DNS – Hold on B button to delete the value(Default value is
  • Enter the Primary DNS value as
  • Do the same for Secondary DNS but with the value as

How to Access the Router’s Settings Page

Use a PC or Laptop for this process.

Windows OS

  • Go to command prompt (Windows key + r –> type ‘cmd’)
  • Type ipconfig/all and press Enter.
  • Scroll through the list to find the following settings
    • DNS Server
    • Default Gateway
    • Subnet mask
    • IP Address or the IPv4 address

Mac OS

  • Choose System Preference and then Internet and Network, then Select Network
  • Click on the Active connection which says connected
  • Click on Advanced and TCP/IP button
  • Scroll through the list to find the following settings
    • DNS Server
    • Default Gateway
    • Subnet mask
    • IP Address or the IPv4 address

If your issue are fixed after performing the above steps please like and share it or found a solution to fix it please comment in this article, it will be helpful for your fellow gamers.

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