[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 14539] Safari randomly can't load pages anymore

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Sat Jul 14 14:02:12 PDT 2007


------- Comment #27 from ddkilzer at webkit.org  2007-07-14 14:02 PDT -------
(In reply to comment #22)
> (In reply to comment #21)
> > You said that if you use a wired connection, this NEVER happens?
> I'm pretty sure it doesn't happen on a wired connection, as I have found a way
> to reproduce the problem, well for the most part.

Please try to reproduce the issue with a wired connection.  If we can be sure
it doesn't happen on a wired connection, then that will further isolate the

Also, does your wired connection go through the same wireless router, or does
it bypass it?  (It would be beneficial to test both ways if possible.)

I just realized there is another test case we're missing.  Have you tried
Safari 3.0 on Windows through the wireless connection?  I would be very
interested if it exhibits the stalling behavior as well.


Do you know if anyone else has similar issues on Macs with your current ISP?

(In reply to comment #24)
> Could you provide the following (in a private email if you prefer):
> - Exact model of Linksys router.
> - Firmware revision of Linksys router.

Oops, you said earlier that you tried a Netgear router, and it had the same
issue, so it's probably not related to the Linksys router.  (If that is the
case, though, I'd expect a wired connection to cause issues as well, unless
introducing a router between your ISP and your Macs is causing an issue.)

Some more wireless router questions:
1. Are you using security on the wireless link (like WEP or WPA)?  If so, what
2. Which wireless protocol are you connecting with (802.11 a/b/g)?  Do the Macs
use the same protocol as the Windows systems?
3. Do you know if you're getting interference from another wireless network
using your channel?  (For example, are there over 10 wireless networks that you
see in the Airport menu on OS X?)

Sorry for all the questions--I'm trying to get to the bottom of this!

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