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Re: [linux-tr] Telnet and ftp services very slow to start
I don't think that http will do a resolve before connect. That's an option in
the server. Also, httpd doesn't run through tcp_wrappers.
Also, just because you telnet to the host using the IP address,
doesn't mean that the wrappers aren't going to try and resolve the hostname to
make sure that it doesn't match 'ALL .foo.com' in your hosts.deny file.
I would recommend again that you go ahead and put entries in your /etc/hosts
file just to totally rule that out. Or remove in.telnetd from passing through
On Tue, 30 Mar 1999, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Thanks for your answer, but it seems this is not an issue here. In fact I'm
> using ip addresses to avoid DNS misconfiguration trouble. In addition http
> is working fine :-?
> > I'll put a dollar on a DNS issue. Make sure your DNS is setup properly
> or that
> > all of the hosts are in the /etc/hosts files.
> > Mike
> >On Tue, 30 Mar 1999, email@example.com wrote:
> >> Hello All,
> >> Recently I have instaled a TR nic in a debian 2.0 (kernel 2.0.34)
> >> Almost everything seems to work fine: linux is routing trafic
> >> the TR ring and
> >> an ethernet segment, apache is reachable from everywhere, ping is <10
> >> etc.
> >> My only concern is that this linux box is taking about 5 minutes to
> >> start telnet or ftp
> >> connections. I mean, you open a telnet window in a workstation and after
> David Requena
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