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    that further increases my confusion.
    why does this happen this way?

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    that worked for me too

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    Quote Originally Posted by qra
    that worked for me too
    I mean resetting the firefox IPv6 to true thaks

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    Slow Browsing

    Well it seems that there is more than one cause for slow browsing.
    In some situations the problem is solved by installing the IP addresses
    of the nameservers into resolv.conf.
    In other cases the slow browsing is caused by the fact that some routers
    don't handle ipv6 correctly. This can be cured by turning off ipv6 either at
    a systemwide level or in a browser or in a network card driver.
    Alteratively updating the router software may enable it to handle ipv6
    correctly.


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    Re: Slow Browsing

    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun Williamson
    Well it seems that there is more than one cause for slow browsing.
    In some situations the problem is solved by installing the IP addresses
    of the nameservers into resolv.conf.
    In other cases the slow browsing is caused by the fact that some routers
    don't handle ipv6 correctly. This can be cured by turning off ipv6 either at
    a systemwide level or in a browser or in a network card driver.
    Alteratively updating the router software may enable it to handle ipv6
    correctly.

    if the router was the problem then in all the OS all the applications must be affected the same way.
    but in my case it is not so.
    one can connect with other applications -may be slow- but not firefox.

    with the same modem- and firefox in winXP there is no problem.
    nor in some linux distroes.
    in some distroes the problem seems to exist.

    anyway changing the setting in firefox can apply only to it not to the other applications right?

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