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Mac OS X 10.7.4 and U-Verse Problems


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I cannot get on FB, Twitter, YouTube and many other sites take forever to load if they ever load at all. I have no problem getting on Google or Gmail for some reason. Just got this upgraded system and not sure how to fix this problem. Any ideas?
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Sounds like DNS issues...

We'll need a bit more information. What troubleshooting have you done with the provider to-date? Any other machines on the network and do they have similar issues? Have a wireless router - if so, what kind?

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Just as FYI: Had issue about a month ago with my ISP. 50% of the internet was working and 50% just timed out or only occasionally got through.

As usual, I was the first to call in about the problem at 4am in the morning. After spending 2 hours with the ISP and on my own troubleshooting what seemed to be a DNS problem called the ISP back. Could no longer even get to tech support from any phone numbers in the area as they had a message stating they knew there is a problem - took them over 24 hours to fix.

May not be it and would troubleshoot unless you can confirm with AT&T the problem is on their side.

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