Re: Local Net - delays in telnet login
On Sunday 25 August 2002 19:07, Paul E Condon wrote:
reverse DNS people.
the host machine does not know who is calling, and it takes time to verify.
add the calling machine to /etc/hosts of the hosting machine, and your
problems will go away ;)
> On Sun, Aug 25, 2002 at 11:01:42AM -0400, Bob Hilliard wrote:
> > I have build a new machine (Athlon XP1700, 2GB memory) and have
> > connected it to my old P-133 box with ethernet. I have assigned the
> > new box the address 192.168.0.1 and the old one 192.168.0.2. I can
> > ping either machine from the other with 0.1 ms average round trip
> > time.
> > When I telnet from one box to the other, there is a 55-60 sec wait
> > until
> > Trying 192.168.0.2...
> > Connected to bobspc.estar.net.
> > Escape character is '^]'.
> > is displayed. There is another 55-60 sec delay until
> > Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 bobspc
> > bobspc login:
> > appears. After I login, there is no noticeable delay in executing
> > commands.
> > What can be the cause of this delay, and how can I prevent it? Both
> > machines are running up to date woody, and have identical
> > installations, except that the kernel on the new box has been compiled
> > for the K7 processor. /usr/bin/telnet is linked to
> > /usr/bin/telnet.netkit, from telnet 0.17-18.
> Are you using ppp to connect to the internet? and are you using diald to
> start ppp? If so, try an experiment: turn off diald by running as root:
> /etc/init.d/diald stop
> With diald stopped, is there still a delay? If not you are probably
> experiencing the same problem that I am experiencing. I don't know the
> solution, but if we keep in touch ...
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