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Re: Slow DNS Lookup (4TH POSTING)



leonard, it's hard to say since i have next to no info, but it sounds like
you may want to look at tracerroute, ping and tcpdump.

these three utilities, when taken together, can diagnost just about any
network problem.

(you may need to see output of tcpdump on the DNS server).

pete

On Wed 28 Feb 01,  1:33 PM, Leonard Leblanc said: 
> I am currently running a Debian 2.2 box as my DNS/www/ftp/ssh/etc etc etc...
> Anyway the DNS lookup is working fine except for when the internal machines
> try to look up 'www.emergeknowledge.com' which is essentially local.  When I
> am working from home (yes i get to telecommute 4 days a week :))  I can get
> to the web-site with no lag whatsoever.  This leads me to believe that is
> has something to do with the reverse DNS lookup? (i think)  Can someone
> please get back to me on this one?  Any information will be helpful.  I've
> read all the how-tos and tutorials I can get my hands on, but just can't
> seem to figure this one out....
> 
> I can post my configuration files if you think it's necessary.
> 
> Leonard Leblanc,
> Webmaster / Intranet Administrator
> www.emergeknowledge.com
> 
> 
> 
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