My Internet connection seems to be extremely slow on loading pages, specifically (it appears) when the browser sends the request for the first time. It takes like 5-6 seconds just to send the request and read the response back.
I don't think there are problems with the router, since the problem appeared only after a system reinstall (ArchLinux) and I probably misconfigured something.
How can I indentify the bottleneck here? The problem seems to be appearing only with the browser (Chromium). Also, what's strange is that my Ethernet interface, which was
eth0, now (after the reinstall) is
enp2s0. Another thing that is strange is that
localhost is not reachable (but I set up a server behind it):
Chromium's connection attempt to localhost was rejected. The website may be down, or your network may not be properly configured.
localhost:8001 can be reached without any problems.
I suspect the problem is the last Chromium suggested, i.e. a misconfigured network. What can I do to diagnose it?
Here is the contents of
# Generated by resolvconf nameserver 192.168.0.1
EDIT: The problem seems to be DNS lookup. What do you suggest? Should I look into Google DNS?