I'm having a strange problem with internet connectivity in my fresh ubuntu install on a new PC build with a H110N motherboard (I don't know if that matters). This is my first time using linux as my main OS so please bare with me.
So I originally tried installing Fedora but was having some strange issues with my internet connection. It seems like I can resolve and connect to some large websites (Eg. Google.com, youtube.com, facebook.com, and fast.com which is owned by netflix) but not much else.
I decided to switch to ubuntu hoping it would solve the problem and it hasn't. I can ping google.com, but I get 100% packet loss trying to ping 220.127.116.11. Furthermore, I can make a google search, but any link I try to click on there just loads infinitely.
The weird thing is I can run apt-get fine, and the software center seems to be working. I was able to install exfat-utils and chromium through both respectively.
Any help would be really appreciated because I'd like to learn what's going on here and finish up my setup! If you need anymore information please just tell me what you need. Thanks
EDIT: Requested ping results of a problem website.
ping -c10 reddit.com PING reddit.com (18.104.22.168) 56(84) bytes of data. ---reddit.com ping statistics--- 10 packets transmitted, 0 received, 100% packet loss, time 9070ms