The HTTP status code is an 502 bad gateway error which means server is receiving an invalid response from another server.
502 bad gateway errors are completely independent of your particular setup, which means that you can see them in any browser, on any operating system, and on any device.
The 502 bad gateway error is displayed inside an Internet browser window, as web pages do.
How 502 Bad Gateway Error Appears
On Each website 502 Bad Gateway can be customized. Although different web servers describe error differently.
Below are some common methods you can see:
- 502 Bad Gateway
- 502 service temporarily overloaded
- Temporary error
- 502 proxy error
- Server has encountered a temporary error
- HTTP 502
- Proxy server received invalid response from upstream server
- HTTP error
502 Bad Gateway Errors Cause
Bad gateway errors you have no control over because often caused by issues between online servers. Although, sometimes, there is no real problem, your browser thinks that thanks to your browser problem, there is a problem with your home networking device or some other reason you are in control.
502 How To Fix A Bad Gateway
502 Bad Gateway error, the problem will not occur with your computer or Internet connection.
However, since it is possible that there is something wrong with your end, here are some corrections to try:
1. Try to reload the URL by pressing F5 or Ctrl + R on your keyboard or clicking the Refresh / Reload button.
2. Start a new browser session by closing all open browser windows and then opening one. Then try to open the web page again.
3. Clear your browser’s cache. Outdated or corrupted files being stored by your browser can cause 502 malfunctioning gateway problems.
4. Delete your browser’s cookies.
5. Restart your networking device.
6. Change your DNS servers either on your router or on your computer or device.