In ubuntu however, page loading is Unnaturally slow and "[url]...." (or whatever), returns result every 4 seconds. Strange is that Skype and online games (read HoN) work fine, with only problem is store loading 10seconds and during logging time. I will post all the command output.
Code: sudo iptables -L -v Chain INPUT (policy DROP 5411 packets, 658K bytes) pkts bytes target prot opt in out source destination[code]...........
When running Firefox, page loading is very slow (e.g. taking nearly a minute for a ..... video to start; even gmail is slow). This is in contrast with my performance when using, e.g. linuxdcpp (file sharing), where I get speeds over 300kbps. Here is some relevant information:
I have a 2.6 P4 with HT and 1GB of PC3200. i'm using an RaLink 2760 based wifi card. i compiled the driver from source, don't think it matters because i get this problem on ethernet as well. video is RV280 (radeon 9200). i have 3D accelleration supposively and get 570fps steady with glxgears. i'm in F11 updated as far as yum will take me.
When browsing websites, usually forums but even things like ....., the computer acts like it's being bogged down by something. i scroll down a page and it takes a few seconds for the screen to catch up. i understand i'm not running the most up to date hardware but i don't think this machine should have any problems with web browsing.
I recently bought my laptop (Fujitsu nh540) and installed FC14 on it. I have Integrated WLAN Atheros HB97 (IEEE 802.11b/g/n) (more info here about the config) running on: 22.214.171.124-91.fc14.i686.PAE
Since I installed FC I've had problems with the internet. In any browser pages load very slow, it looks like the browser waits some seconds, sometimes even 1-2 minutes until it actually starts to load the page.
Second thing I saw is that when it boots I keep getting: Determining IP information for eth0... failed; no link present. Check cable? [FAILED] But I have WiFi internet. I am not using a wired internet connection.
I installed madwifi driver (compiled it, after reading some info on google and it seems it should be good for my network) and it seems it's a bit better, but I still have to wait some seconds until it starts loading pages. I tried different browsers, it makes no difference. On my other 2 laptops I have no problems, the internet works fine, same goes for my android mobile phone. Another "nice" problem I noticed is that when compiz is enabled I see incoming video on skype black and the same black screen for some movies with some programs. After disablig compiz, all works for video.
I just installed 10.10 for netbooks, and apparently it's using the RT2800PCI driver for my wireless NIC in my EeePC 901. That driver is causing havoc with my school network, I keep getting disconnected, and loading websites is really slow.
Now I know that 10.04 uses a different driver RT2860 which seems to work far better on this network.
How to change to the driver from lucid. Or does anyone know of an even better solution? I've heard rumors about something called ndiswrapper...
I have been using ubuntu netbook 10.10 on my Dell Mini 9 for the past few month without any problem; it connects wirelessly to the internet via a wireless router. Yesterday in the middle of web surfing, suddently firefox cannot see any website outside of my home network (Firefox displays Server not found page). No help when I rebooted a few times and connect to my home network via wireless or even wire cable; it can access files in my network file server (DNS-321) but not the internet. My desktop computer running Windows Vista and ASUS media player has no problem accessing the internet.
I installed Drupal and there is only one site. It I access the website [url] where Drupal is installed I can easily see it functioning properly. But on internet it is not loading properly the colors etc are not visible properly.
When using launchpad and the ubuntu daily build website it is very slow. I get 1.2mb/s normally and the speed drops quickly to 0kb/s This is the case from any version of ubuntu that is installed on my laptop.In windows it is no problem, equally there is no problem from a live cd or an install on my external hard disk. Is canonical blacklisting/slow listing my ip?
I am behind a university network but am sure this problem occurs at home .I did a clean install and had no problem until about an hour ago. When I tried to re download a project using bzr my speed instantly ropped.I had downloaded it fine a couple of hours ago. I hope that someone can shine some light on this, its very hard to work on projects if I can't download them.
I'm finding that the internet speed in Ubuntu 10.04 is over twice as slow as the speeds that I am getting in Windows 7.I've tried disabling IPv6 through Grub and Firefox but it didn't really help much.. anything else I can try?Connecting through wireless at 54 Mbps.
my computer ran on windows now is duel boot runs fine with vista internet wise (wireless) but ubuntu is very slow just like a lo of people are saying but just now i thought i will hook it up wired to modem and it is not any faster at all very confused and dont know where to go or what to do
I'm staying out at a friend's house in the middle of nowhere, and she's been complaining about how slow her satellite internet has been of late. So I decided I'd take a look. If I ping my server at home, I end up with these statistics:
Code: // @ 1 ping probe per second 60 packets transmitted, 36 received, 40% packet loss, time 59172ms rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 639.915/799.882/1209.119/104.763 ms, pipe 2
Compare that to driving 70 down the highway tethered to my cell phone: I see latencies in the 3000's and out-of-order packets, but practically none get dropped. If you ramp it up to 5 ping probes a second, the loss climbs to around 75%. To me, that seems quite excessive. The interesting thing is that all the packet loss seems to be occurring on download traffic - I set up tcpdump to monitor the packets on my server during the ping test, and all but 1 of the pings to got there, so the other 25 lost packets wondered astray on the return trip. I tested it with the client directly connected to the modem (it had the public IP).
So I'm quite certain that it's the satellite link itself that is the issue here. I've attached the complete logs from the ping test for your enjoyment. Of course, TCP corrects for the loss of packets, but with a latency of 800ms, resending packets takes a significant amount of time, not to mention services like DNS that just wait for a timeout to elapse (which is usually way too long). It can take 15 seconds to load a webpage. So I guess my question is, should it be this bad? I know satellite is generally terrible, but I didn't expect to see such rampant packet droppage.
I just installed dual boot Ubuntu 10.04 on my WinXP laptop. The laptop is a Compaq v2552us.
In windows mode, the internet works plenty fast.
In Ubuntu, I can't download a single update for hardware drivers or for ubuntu (it says there are 74 though).
It starts to DL, but max speed is about 800B/s, but that only last for a couple seconds before it switches to unknown. I am connected to my wireless router via cable, can't even get wireless to work (I suspect the aforementioned hardware drivers, which is why I need this to work).
I have 2 computers connected to my linksys router via ethernet cables.
My main computer is running Ubuntu while the other is Xubuntu.
When both comps are on, the internet works fine, but when my second computer is off, my main computer has super slow internet. Sometimes it takes 2 minutes and I get "This webpage is not available", and then I refresh that and it finally loads.
Why does it work when both comps are on? What could cause this?
When I start firefox the home google page will load and all is well. When I go to any other page (ex. cnn.com, gmail, etc) the page will load graphically, but then continue to load forever. At this point I cannot click on anything in firefox including the drop-down menus.I must force quit at this point.
I updated last night even though I was already using firefox 3.6. I had a problem with flash last time I updated. I reinstalled firefox and went back to firefox 3.5 without any success.This makes me think that the problem is something other than firefox.I am on a Toshiba Satellite L505-S5965 running ubuntu 9.10. I'd give you more information but when I click on system and go down to "About Ubuntu" it loads forever - this is another problem I need to fix. Ugh. I should never have updated
I use Slackware 12.1 and I have a big problem that I can't solve by myself. I'm connecting to a LAN where there are almost 20 PC connected, all with static IP.
my ip: 192.168.1.205 netmask: 255.255.255.0 gateway: 192.168.1.1 DNS server: 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52
I configured manually it but it doesn't works well. I set up the DHCP server on Windows 2003 so I tried to configure it with dhcp too. It gives addresses from 192.168.1.200 to 192.168.1.240 there are no PCs connected with DHCP at the moment, so my IP is only mine.
My problem is the following: bash-3.1# ifconfig eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:1e:68:3d:1b:ad inet addr:192.168.1.201 Bcast:192.168.1.255 Mask:255.255.255.0 inet6 addr: fe80::21e:68ff:fe3d:1bad/64 Scope:Link Up Broadcast Running Multicast MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX packets:77 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:44 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000 RX bytes:7041 (6.8 KiB) TX bytes:6282 (6.1 KiB) Interrupt:17 Base address:0xc000
bash-3.1# route Kernel IP routing table Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric Ref Use Iface localnet * 255.255.255.0 U 0 0 0 eth0 loopback * 255.0.0.0 U 0 0 0 lo default 192.168.1.1 0.0.0.0 UG 1 0 0 eth0
bash-3.1# ping www.google.es PING www.l.google.com (184.108.40.206) 56(84) bytes of data. 64 bytes from 220.127.116.11: icmp_seq=1 ttl=243 time=78.7 ms 64 bytes from 18.104.22.168: icmp_seq=2 ttl=243 time=84.2 ms 64 bytes from 22.214.171.124: icmp_seq=3 ttl=243 time=75.1 ms 64 bytes from 126.96.36.199: icmp_seq=4 ttl=243 time=82.1 ms 64 bytes from 188.8.131.52: icmp_seq=5 ttl=243 time=82.8 ms 64 bytes from 184.108.40.206: icmp_seq=6 ttl=243 time=79.4 ms 64 bytes from 220.127.116.11: icmp_seq=7 ttl=243 time=82.3 ms 64 bytes from 18.104.22.168: icmp_seq=8 ttl=243 time=75.2 ms 64 bytes from 22.214.171.124: icmp_seq=9 ttl=243 time=80.7 ms 64 bytes from 126.96.36.199: icmp_seq=10 ttl=243 time=84.7 ms 64 bytes from 188.8.131.52: icmp_seq=11 ttl=243 time=75.0 ms 64 bytes from 184.108.40.206: icmp_seq=12 ttl=243 time=82.2 ms 64 bytes from 220.127.116.11: icmp_seq=13 ttl=243 time=85.1 ms 64 bytes from 18.104.22.168: icmp_seq=14 ttl=243 time=80.9 ms 64 bytes from 22.214.171.124: icmp_seq=15 ttl=243 time=87.7 ms 64 bytes from 126.96.36.199: icmp_seq=16 ttl=243 time=87.6 ms 64 bytes from 188.8.131.52: icmp_seq=17 ttl=243 time=83.2 ms
It takes a lot of time connecting to a internet web site! It's really strange because downloading a file the transferring rate is good, it takes some time starting, but it works normally. I wait almost 7 seconds after seeing a web site. All the others PC's (windows xp) can connect perfectly to network using static and DHCP. Trying with another wire in another room I've got the same result. My /etc/resolve.conf is configured with the IPs specified upper in this page.
I set up my linux router as a simple NAT router. I use CentOS 5.4. When I set up ISP proxy IP in the browser of client PC, Internet access is fast. When I remove ISP proxy IP from the browser, Internet access is slow.
ISP use transparent caching but I can use manual caching as well. Clients on my network with transparent caching get slow internet access and using ISP proxy get fast internet access.
ISP announce that we can use transparent caching or manual caching.
So, I set up my linux router with squid. I set up cache_peer TAG point to ISP's proxy IP. But the problem is the same. Using my squid proxy is slow and using ISP proxy directly is fast. All other network settings are correct.
How can I improve my internet connection using transparent caching. I don't want to set up proxy IP address on all clients.
Is karmic is slower for you all: if you're running windows ping a server on windows/ubuntu and compare. 9.10 is consistently slower for me. I've seen enough "slow internet" posts to suspect that someone screwed up bad. Everyone says it's ipv6, but none of the fixes work for me. Pretty sure it's ipv6 (or at least a dns-related problem):
I've been running Ubuntu 10.04 inside Windows 7 (demo version) for 2 weeks or so now and I really loved it. So much so that, last night I decided to burn the boot cd and put a full installation of it on the computer, instead of using Windows 7. After doing so, I started getting some small problems.
First problem was with aMSN, the webcam doesn't work anymore. It used to work when I was using the demo version of Ubuntu, but not anymore. I had to use meebo to get it to work, don't think that's a problem with Ubuntu though. Secondly, Firefox is running really terribly. Whenever I try to watch a video, it stutters REALLY bad, as if it's maxing out my CPU.
Third, I'm getting an error message whenever I start Google Chrome, it says: "Your profile could not be opened correctly. Some features may be unavailable. Please check that profile exists and you have permission to read and write its contents." It plays videos well but half time the audio doesn't work and I have to restart Chrome. (I tried uninstalling and reinstalling through synaptic, but that didn't work, the problem was still there).
Fourth and finally, the internet is just really really slow. Since the moment I installed the full version of Ubuntu it's be REALLY slow. I tried a download through bittorrent and the speeds were terrible, I ran a speed test while downloading (upload was limited to 5 kb/s) and I was still getting speeds of just around 10kb/s. So I closed bittorrent ran a speed test again and I had 1mb download and .75mb upload with 31 ping. I ran the test again and got 42 ping with same download and same upload. While I was downloading, the ping was 309. My normal speed is supposed to be 6mb download and 1mb upload
I guess version 7.0X had internet issues aswell because, when I did a google search for a solution, it turned up several results on how to fix it for 7.0X, which didn't work because the alias list didn't have anything in there. (the fix had something to do with ipv6). I tried direct connecting my internet and the speedtest results were normal, so I've concluded that it has something to do with my router. However, I don't know how to do a firmware update or troubleshoot the issue on Ubuntu. I finally decided to give up on Ubuntu and switch back to Windows 7. However, my drive is currently formatted into ext4 and I need to go back to NTFS, how do I do that? Could I just use gparted?
I'm on Ubuntu 10.04 and I'm having problems with internet speeds on wifi. I have tried the two available networks on my university campus and both of them are very slow with 10.04. I'm not having problems with Windows 7 running on these networks. Although, the wired network works perfectly fine, with normal speeds. I've looked around for help but I could not find anything specific to this problem.
so i had Jaunty installed last week with no problem. But then i decided to install winxp, erasing it. I hated it, and reinstalled ubuntu, this time lucid.However, the internet has stopped working properly. I've tried wireless and wired connections and they either dont work or will load half a web page after a few minutes. A good deal of the time the browser will time out or fail to find server.The ethernet is working, so I'm assuming the issue is with a missing driver or the such. I have 10.04 32bit installed on Gateway MD2614u laptop.
I am currently facing a weird problem, It's that the internet connection becomes extremely slow when using static IP instead of DHCP when Im connected through a cable! The local network seems okay with both, but differs when using the internet!
I've ran a ping test and got the following results!
using static IP
Code: $ ping -c 3 google.com PING google.com (184.108.40.206) 56(84) bytes of data. 64 bytes from 220.127.116.11: icmp_seq=1 ttl=42 time=343 ms
When I used static IP i received only one packet while when using DHCP i received all three!! Also I lost 66% of the packets when using the Static IP connection! And most importantly, the speed, DHCP connection was 8 times faster than Static IP connection!
I have just built a PC based around an i7-860 and Asus P7P55D mobo. It was running fine until the big update that happened today and now the internet is like treacle. I did the same update to my other (different hardware) PC and all is fine with it.
When I load the earlier 2.6.32-21 kernel instead of 2.6.32-24, the new system works as it should and the Internet is very fast. This suggests to me that the kernel update is the problem, most likely the NIC driver. This motherboard has a Realtek 8112L NIC fitted.
Has anyone else had this issue and what is the best way around it other than loading the older kernel and hoping that the next update will fix it?
Previously had 2 Ubuntu computers setup Computer A (192.168.1.101) <=> Computer B (192.168.1.100) -> Internet Computer B was the gateway, and it is dual boot, one drive Ubuntu, one drive XP. I'm using XP as the gateway now, but Computer A is extremely slow, virtually nothing getting through.
Have checked sysytem logs, verified /etc/hosts file, and all the network side of things. Can ping either IP adddresses from either computer. On the XP side, have modified hosts and lmhosts, and the XP computer has very fast internet connection.
Did have Commodo firewall running on the XP, disabled that, and checked that no Windooze firewall was running. Have restarted the network on both computers a number of times. Can't figure out what the problem is. It's obviously on the XP side, as when I booted to Ubuntu (previously) on Computer B, the gateway worked just fine. Have checked the whole tcp/ip side of things on XP; seems to be okay.
I have Ubuntu running on my HTPC and for the longest time all this was working fine. Now all of the sudden my Internet connection is all sorts of slow. Chrome browser, transmission bt, apt-get, all have the same speed issue. I tried disabling IPv6, changing my DNS and installing all the latest updates. Nothing works.