I'm having a bit of Internet trouble with a fresh install of Ubuntu Natty and I haven't been able to track down the problem. I have my desktop running over a wireless network, which connects without fail. Somewhat frequently, however, connections to particular websites will start timing out (google, facebook, stackoverflow, us ubuntu archive, etc.). I'm also having a strange issue where my home page (www.monkeymadestudios.com) is redirecting to www.monkeymadestudios.com/cgi-sys/defaultwebpage.cgi.
Initially I thought it might be an issue with Comcast DNS, so I updated the router to use OpenDns servers. When that didn't work I started to try accessing some of the problematic sites through my laptop (which is using the same router) and they all connect without problem.
The issue seems to be with my Ubuntu install, but I'm not sure where to look. Any pointers would be great.
EDIT After doing some further digging, this is starting to look like a DNS issue. My home page appears the resolve to an incorrect ip address when the redirect issue occurs. Still not sure how to track down the problem, however.