Occasionally, when I do a google search or attempt to go to a google.com site, it will just hang with the circle spinning. Closing the tab and opening a new one won’t fix it. Only closing the browser seems to fix it.
While this is occurring, I can (in a terminal) ping google.com or Google and it comes up instantly.
This occurs in** chrome and firefox** and happens both in openSUSE 12.1 and 12.2 on a wired and wireless connection.
My router is using google’s DNS:** 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168** as my two main DNS’s.
All other sites will continue working. It’s only google sites that hang. Sometimes when it’s hanging in chrome, I can go to google in firefox and vice versa.
How do I figure out what’s occurring and how to fix it?
Network Card Setup
Dynamic Address: DHCP - both versions 4 and 6
On the openSUSE 12.2 computer:
Network Setup Method: User Controlled with NetworkManager
IPv6 Protocol Settings: checked
DHCP Client Identifier: greyed out
Hostname to Send: greyed out
Change Default Route via DHCP: greyed out
Change hostname via DHCP: unchecked
Assign Hostname to Loopback IP: unchecked
Modify DNS configuration: greyed out
Name Server 1: greyed out
Name Server 2: greyed out
**Default IPv4 Gateway: greyed out
Routing Table: greyed out
Enable IP Forwarding: greyed out