> What is your main conection (WAN side) ?
> If wifi, check the quility of signal. This is happend when are some
> "loos" and AP is trying to correct them. (depends on AP)
Cable, no wifi
> Have you tried to allow fragmented packets (default pass rule on LAN
> interface)? Have you tried to lower the MTU of the WAN interface?
Tried both, didn't make a difference
> ...one more example with same problem:
> If you are using proxy server this could happend. I used to use the
> 602LanSuite,Very good proxy sever but with some version of Internet
> I had same problem. As soonm as I installed a mozilla browser
> OK. Try diferent browser, this looks like problem at Your side...
Not using a proxy here, and since all browsers on my network dies, I
doubt it's a client-issue
It looks like it has something to do with the traffic shaper, since the
error hasn't appeared since I disabled it. No, I don't have any rules