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I have 2 computers now: downloader (asus at4nm10t-i) with debian and desktop (asus sabertooth 990fx) with gentoo in the same network under NAT even with the same ethernet card: RTL8111E. driver r8169 is compiled as module on both computers. Sometimes in evenings desktop cannot connect to google and all its services like now:

curl -v

on downloader it received server's answer immediately. on desktop it hanged and when I ran in other terminal:

netstat -ntp | grep curl
>>tcp 0 1 SYN_SENT 4876/curl

after 1-2 minutes it received server's answer. I was tried to change ip of network, mac address of desktop but nothing changed. When I was trying to connect to another services except google:

curl -v

both computers received answers immediately! Only when I rebooted desktop it begins to work with google services correctly

I cant understand what is this bug related to. In which bugtracker should I post this: r8169 or linux kernel or google?

PS. Desktop was checked with memtest: 5 passes - no errors

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So your question is "where should you report the suspected bug"? – Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 Jun 9 '12 at 22:34
I cant understand what this bug is related to – puchu Jun 9 '12 at 22:35

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I had such problem for about a year and it has been disappeared (2012-2013).

Now I have another problem: short living time of tcp connections (11-12 2014).

I've checked almost all our internet providers in Belarus. It looks like all problems are connected with our core monopolist provider "beltelecom" and its "firewall".

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It’s always sad to hear things like that. Although you probably won’t be able to access it, here’s an in-depth report on internet freedom in Belarus. – Daniel B Jan 1 at 22:56

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