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Thankfully I finally found a working solution to this problem. The problem was from the MTU in my network configuration.

I opened /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts and from there I manually reconfigured my configuration file for my wireless network (The problem to some may be from the network adapter configuration but mine was from the wireless configuration). From there I added the line MTU="1454" at the end of the file ifcfg-(wireless connection name) and it worked. Note that the number might be different for other users.

I found the necessary info from this forum post: Answer #10