(In reply to Marco Bonardo [::mak] from comment #3)
On the downloads page there are various links for IPV4 and IPV6 on different ports (80, 81, ...), I think Gijs was just asking which of those links you reproduced with.
Yep, that's right.
(In reply to Oana Botisan, Desktop Release QA from comment #2)
I did a bit of investigation on this part. These are the results:
- I download usually the 100Mb (from the link in the comment 0) so I have enough time to pause the progress.
- I am not using a proxy.
You're sure that if Firefox is using the system network settings or auto-detect network settings, there's no proxy? Or you tested with forcing the "no proxy" option in network settings, restarting Firefox (to be sure) and then the download works but pause/resume fails?
Do you know what kind of firewall/antivirus the network has, and/or can you bring someone on the bug who knows?
Really interesting that this is so network dependent. It looks like the download links are plain http (ie not TLS/SSL-secured using https:) and so I suspect something is messing with the network requests. The question is what, and if Firefox could do something about it.
Does pause/resume work for downloads on this page in any other browsers when you're on the network where it doesn't work in Firefox?