HTTP status codes server VN errors (5xx) appear when there’s some types of error loading a webpage.
You may not know that HTTP status codes are basic types of errors that you can see in any browser, such as Firefox, IE, Chrome and so on…
In this post, we have listed the common 5xx (server) HTTP status codes below with useful tips to help you get over them and go on to the webpage you are coming.
HTTP status codes that start with 1, 2, and 3 also exist but aren’t errors and aren’t often seen. If you are interested in researching more comprehensively, you can see them all listed here.
- 504 gateway timeout
The 504 Gateway Timeout HTTP status code means that one server in Vietnam did not receive a timely response from another server that it was accessing whilst attempting to load the web page or fill another request by the browser.
- 503 service unavailable
The 503 Service Unavailable HTTP status code means the web site’s server is simply not available at the moment. 503 errors are often because of a maintenance of the server or temporary overloading.
- 500 bad gateway
500 Internal Server Error is a common HTTP status code meaning that one server got an invalid response from the other server which it was accessing whilst attempting to load the website or fill another request by the browser.
- 502 bad gateway
In the other hands, the 502 error is an issue between 2 different Vietnam server devices on the Internet that aren’t communicating properly.
- 500 internal server error
The 502 Bad Gateway HTTP status code means something went wrong on the server but it cannot be more specific on what the exact error is. The 500 Internal Server Error message is the most common server-side error that you will see.