Re: Initial Server Responce too slow
Date: Sun, 04 Jan 2004 14:30:16 -0500
> Max Khitrov wrote:
>> No idea why this happens, all i know is that it seems to effect both
>> my samba server and my proftpd server. Have those two installed on a
>> fedora linux box and trying to access them from my win xp machine.
>> Now both work, but it takes about 5 seconds for them to respond when
>> connecting for the first time (first time listing directories in
>> samba for example takes a long time, but everything after that is no
>> problem, shows instantly). Any idea how to fix this? I do have linux
>> firewall running btw, could this have something to do with it?
> I would verify that everything is ok with your DNS. I've seen
> something like this when the firewall and DNS don't like each other.
No dns involved, just using a lan ip address to connect.
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