[Solved] Vue2 Cross-domain Error: AxiosError net::ERR_FAILED, Network Error, ERR_NETWORK

Request scenario:

current page URL:
URL of jump request page:
When using Axios request, the page prompts cross domain error

Cross-domain error reporting information

Access to XMLHttpRequest at ‘’ from
origin ‘http://localhost:8080’ has been blocked by CORS policy: No
‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ header is present on the requested

AxiosError {message: ‘Network Error’, name: ‘AxiosError’, code:

Screenshot of vue2 cross domain error report

through the analysis of the code and the error report information, the problem appears in the cross domain request (cross domain request: the browser does not allow the current source request to access another different source request. The source refers to the request agreement, domain name, and port number. If one of the three is inconsistent, it is a cross domain request)

current URL request URL Is it cross-domain Result analysis
http://www.kuakuakua.com http://www.kuakuakua.com/index.html no Same origin (the same domain name, protocol, and port number)
http://www.kuakuakua.com https://www.kuakuakua.com cross domain Different protocols (http/https)
http://www.kuakuakua.com http://www.javashuo.com/ cross domain Different domain names (www.kuakuakua.com/www.javashuo.com)
http://www.kuakuakua.com:8080 http://www.kuakuakua.com:8081 cross domain Different port numbers (8080/8081)


  • Step 1: Find the vue.config.js file in the project directory and open it for editing

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  • Step 2: According to the structure in the figure, copy the given code to module.exports

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devServer: {
    proxy: {
      "/proxy_url":{           // /proxy_url This is used to match with the root path baseURL
        target: '', // this is to fill in the cross-domain request domain + port number, that is, the URL to request (does not include the URL path)
        changeOrigin: true, // whether to allow cross-domain requests, a virtual server will be created locally, then send the requested data, and receive the requested data at the same time, so that the server and the server to interact with the data will not have cross-domain problems
        pathRewrite: { // path rewrite
            '^/proxy_url': '/' // replace the request address in target, the original request is the actual request is  
  • Step 3: Find the main.js file and set axios.defaults.baseURL to /proxy_url
axios.defaults.baseURL = ‘/proxy_url’
  • Step 4: Then the axios request in the methods in the xxx.vue file can be used normally. The complete request URL here is (Step 4 is just to provide an example, the specific request URL Request according to the URL of your own project)
    getCaseList: function(){
        console.log('Check if the interface call is successful')
             console.log('Check if the interface call is successful, if it is called, it is successful')

Solution Analysis.
Cross-domain problem, you can let the server to add the request header field information and allow cross-domain access, the server-side cross-domain problem is not described in this article, interested to see another Django cross-domain problem solving blog post

The vue cross domain problem is solved by using a proxy solution, which is forwarded to the target server through a proxy on the local server, so that the cross domain is only for the browser, and the cross domain problem does not occur for requests sent by the node service, thus solving the browser cross domain problem.

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