- From: ebenZEROONE@xxxxxxxxxxx (Hactar)
- Date: Wed, 03 Jan 2007 00:07:59 GMT
In article <459a2512$0$2288$4c368faf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Matt Giwer <jull43@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Tom Torda wrote:
Using Fedora 6 on an AMD 3000+ with 1024 MB memory, Firefox connects
faultlessly to some URL's (for example the weather bureau, my university)
but times out consistently on Google and a few others.
I am at a loss. Can anyone help?
You local internet connection? For me google is one of the fastest. You might
traceroute all the ones that cause you problems and see if they have something
in common. Also ping them to see if anything at all is getting through.
If the pings don't work contact your sysadmin as it is definitely not your
problem if they do not get through.
Ping failure is not evidence of network failure. For example, cnn.com
doesn't respond to pings.
"As the last deep orange glow of the long sunset melted into the darkness of
the approaching night, as we lay there still entwined in an amorous embrace &
I kissed her longingly & whispered hw good she had been, she tenderly & sens-
uously licked my inner ear & whispered: "Baaa". Then she rejoined the flock."
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