ssh password delay -- SOLVED
alias3 at crotchett.com
Mon Mar 21 20:49:52 PST 2005
Thanks to all.
I seemed to have resolved the problem by setting my /etc/host.conf file
to look like:
And, of course, I have the correct IP's were in the /etc/hosts file. My
laptop gets two different IPs depending on whether I go through the
wireless or not.
My host.conf already looked like the one below, but it wasn't working.
Thanks again. I am so glad to get this problem resolved.
Alex Zbyslaw wrote:
> Gary Smithe wrote:
>> If that is your resolv.conf, then that explains some things. Your box
>> is looking at the ISP for name resolution and the ISP has no idea (nor
>> could care) what your internal LAN address space is. Change the
>> resolv.conf to look at itself (127.0.0.1) and setup BIND with some
>> simple DNS and RDNS records. You could use pretty much any box on
>> your network for DNS, but the key is that it has to know about the
>> internal space.
> Or fix your /etc/host.conf to lookup in files first and then use DNS,
> then put your local network in /etc/hosts. Much simpler for a small
> E.g. /etc/host.conf
> # First try the /etc/hosts file
> # Now try the nameserver next.
> And /etc/hosts
> 192.168.0.1 myhost
> Then leave resolv.conf alone. It will be used for anything not in your
> local hosts file.
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