If you see an error on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch that says
Network error: There is a problem connecting to Netflix. Please try again later.
It usually means there's a problem with your network connection. Follow the troubleshooting steps below to resolve the issue.
Public Wi-Fi networks such as at school, work, or a hotel, sometimes block streaming video. If you're using a public network, check to make sure Netflix is allowed.
If you're using a cellular data network or a satellite internet connection, try a different network if you can.
You can test your device's connection to the internet by trying to visit a webpage, such as netflix.com.
If Safari says it can't open the page because your device is not connected to the internet, you might need to troubleshoot your home network or your device's connection to the internet. See Apple Support for more help.
Once you're connected to the internet, try Netflix again.
If you're connecting over Wi-Fi and the above steps didn't help, follow these suggestions:
Move wireless devices such as cordless phones or microwave ovens away from your router.
To pinpoint your issue:
Using a computer on the same network as your device, go to netflix.com/clearcookies.
Select Sign In, then enter your information.
If you see the error NSEZ-403, we can't connect your account to Netflix right now. Please try again later.
If you don't see NSEZ-403, continue troubleshooting below.
Turn off your device.
Unplug both your modem and router and wait 30 seconds.
Plug in your modem and wait until no new indicator lights are blinking on.
Plug in your router and wait until no new indicator lights are blinking on.
Turn on your device and try Netflix again.
Press and hold the side button and one of the volume buttons at the same time until the sliders appear. Drag the top slider to turn your device completely off.
If the sliders don't appear, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until the red slider appears, then drag the slider.
After 10 seconds, press the Sleep/Wake button.
Once your device powers on, try Netflix again.
Refresh any outdated Netflix information stored on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch by resetting the app.
From the Home screen, select Settings.
Swipe down until you find the Netflix app.
Slide the Reset switch to the On position.
If you dont see the Reset switch, continue troubleshooting below.
Press the Home button to return to the Home screen.
Press the Home button twice and swipe right until you find the Netflix app.
Swipe up on the Netflix app to close your session.
Press the Home button twice to return to the Home screen.
Try Netflix again.
Disable any proxies, VPNs, or other software that might route your internet traffic outside of your current region.
For best results, set your device's network settings to Automatic.
If you need help disconnecting from one of these services or restoring your connection's default settings, contact your device manufacturer or internet service provider.
Do you use a VPN or proxy for work or for privacy?
Because there is no reliable way for us to determine the region a VPN or proxy is being used in, any VPN or proxy may prevent you from streaming content that is not available globally. Disable any VPN or proxy and try Netflix again.
Are you using an IPv6 proxy tunnel?
Tunneling services that proxy an IPv6 connection over an IPv4 network also hide your region, and may trigger an error message. If you're not sure if you are using one of these services, contact your internet service provider for help.
If you use a custom DNS setting on your device, reset it to acquire DNS automatically.
If you need help changing the connection settings, contact the device manufacturer.
If possible, connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to a different network.
To choose a different wireless network:
Press the Home button on your device.
Select a different network and connect to it.
If you can't use a different internet connection, contact your internet service provider for help.
Once you are connected, try Netflix again.
If using a different network didn't solve the problem, continue to the next set of troubleshooting steps.
If using a different network solved the problem, but the new connection isn't your preferred network, contact your internet service provider for help.