I’ve been having issues with my network connection that I’ve failed to figure out so far. I’m running Antergos on an HP Elitebook 755 G3 laptop. When I first boot my laptop, the wifi internet connection runs great but sometimes within a few seconds or several minutes, typing in a new address or clicking on a link Chrome will sit with “resolving host” and eventually the network will timeout. All other internet applications will be affected by this. The only way to get the connection back is to disconnect from the wifi connection and to reconnect. It will then work for a while only to come back with the same issue.
Thus far I have tried disabling IPV6, I’ve tried specifying Google DNS servers. My default resolve.conf reads the following:
I’ve tried disabling everything but the Google DNS servers but that doesn’t seem to help much either (plus resolve.conf seems to get rewritten every time my network settings change).
I’ve also tried disabling Chrome DNS caching (per other threads I’ve read) and that doesn’t seem to help.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!