Wireless advice wanted please!

hi have a macbook pro which is wireless,when i click on some certain pages it takes ages to load or dosent load up at all.tm page is instant but if i click on hotmail,ebay,tvondemand and a few others i can be sitting waiting for ages for it to load up,says its connecting,just takes forever.how can i fix this!tia!

geek_nice1stu1, Jan 30, 8:01 am

might be a dns issue

geek_drcspy, Jan 30, 8:21 am

whats dns!sorry complete pc dummy!just getting annoyed i cant access most sites,works at certain times of day and not others.

geek_nice1stu1, Jan 30, 8:29 am

ok a iittle test

if ebay is slow try this instead of cliking a link in your favorites or however you normally get there

open up your browser (is internet explorer what you use!)
and in the address bar type the following numbers then tap enter.see if you get there faster.report back :

geek_drcspy, Jan 30, 8:51 am

hm.scratch that

theres some weird issue goin on here

anyone else want to try this !

I can get to ebay fine (xtra bb and chrome/Ie)

when I use the URL but NOT when I use the dns numbers !


geek_drcspy, Jan 30, 8:53 am

Page Not Responding

geek_asmawa1, Jan 30, 8:58 am

im using mozilla,but also happens when i use safari

geek_nice1stu1, Jan 30, 9:00 am

Check your DNS settings:

Click on your Airport (WIFI Settings) select OPEN NETWORK PREFERENCES, Click ADVANCED and then DNS.You will probably have something that is assigned by your router (example or it will be grey.Try adding a new one (XTRA is and

geek_nambawan_kiwi, Jan 30, 9:05 am

use cable wireless is usless

geek_kevymtnz, Jan 30, 9:08 am

im with telstra,does that make a difference!

geek_nice1stu1, Jan 30, 9:18 am

January 25, 2012 | 08:46AM PST/PT

The eBay system will be undergoing general maintenance from approximately 23:00 PT (11pm) on Thursday, January 26th to 01:00 PT (1am) on Friday, January 27th. During this maintenance period, certain eBay site features may be intermittently unavailable or slow.

geek_agarn, Jan 30, 9:22 am

try and (Telstra)

geek_nambawan_kiwi, Jan 30, 9:38 am

doh !

Unbelievable !

geek_drcspy, Jan 30, 9:56 am

have tried both of those and they dont work at all

geek_nice1stu1, Jan 30, 10:09 am

try turning off ipv6 on your wireless interface (a.k.a. airport on your mac).
try another browser.
update OS X (i.e. Software Updates). it seems quite few mac users never update OS X.
update flash.
run Onyx. http://www.titanium.free.fr/

geek_gibler, Jan 30, 6:06 pm