I have a HP 8710p notebook with builting intel 82566mm gig eth and 4965ag wireless adapters and for some reason I cannot pull up any HTTP URLs. It seems like DHCP is not working only for port 80. Here is what I have determined so far.
I CAN access my router and printer throught firefox using their ip addresses
I CANNOT access either devices using their hostnames
I CAN ping my gateway and dchp servers successfully
Disabling ipv6 didn’t do it. Interestingly enough, I can access google.com via its ip and perform a successfull search and it loads super fast. Once I try to browse where it requires a DNS name rather than an IP it fails.
> Disabling ipv6 didn’t do it. Interestingly enough, I can access
> google.com via its ip and perform a successfull search and it loads
> super fast. Once I try to browse where it requires a DNS name rather
> than an IP it fails.
Delete /etc/resolv.conf and remake the connection. This is a known
I actually has the same issue on my laptop as you described.
The issue I can see is the NM-kde4 can not set the default GW. If you know the ip of GW, you can set it manually and it just works.
The weird thing is I can use the NM without any issue at home and in office but it comes up first time while I tried to connect to AP in airport launge room. From then on, every AP I tried has the problem.