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I have a problem to open any facebook page, it is wierd because on the same computer on Windows 7 I can open facebook and on other devices connected to the same network. But if I connect my computer to internet via my phone (as a 3G modem) facebook works. I tried firefox, chrome, chormium, private mode, clearing facebook cookies in which I could open facebook as normal, but for 1 minute only.

EDIT* I think I found the reason, few days ago I have installed openssh-server (for Ubuntu remote app for android) and from that time I had this problem, I removed it and facebook works :)

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closed as too localized by Tom Brossman, hexafraction, Mik, RolandiXor, jokerdino Sep 29 '12 at 0:30

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You mentioned you have a problem opening a facebook page - what exactly is the problem. You get an error message? It loads but some things don't work? Error messages, if you get them, are relevant when asking for help online. Or otherwise, if there's no clear error message maybe a screenshot will illustrate the problem? –  thomasrutter May 14 '12 at 4:42
I have the same problem -- occasionally sites freeze/don't load completely. Chrome then usually says "The site has become unresponsive", followed by the "Aw Snap/He's dead, Jim". I can still read the other tabs, but I can't load any more pages -- I have to restart Chrome. If it really is related to SSH ... that'd be interesting. –  sebastian_k May 17 '12 at 21:14
@Sebastian_k that doesn't seem like an SSH-related issue, particularly not if it only happens in Chrome. –  agc93 May 31 '12 at 15:02
See also this question: –  user76204 Oct 23 '12 at 18:45

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Posting comment on behalf of OP:

I have set the MTU value to 1402 and the DNS primary to and the secondary to and all problems were gone :)

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