Subject: Re: network logins slow with tcsh?
To: None <>
From: Niklas Hallqvist <>
List: current-users
Date: 04/22/1996 10:29:29
>>>>> "Jukka" == Jukka Marin <> writes:

>> rlogin? ring ring ring. I have the same problems, and I was told
>> (don't remember by whom) that it's the fault of my PPP server (a
>> Linux box). But don't know how that could be related to your
>> problem as you are on ethernet.

Jukka> Well, I replaced tcsh with /bin/date and I _still_ see the
Jukka> hangs when rlogining in, so it's NOT tcsh, at least. ;) No
Jukka> problems with telnet.

Jukka> Am I the only one who has this problem in a local network?

To me it sounds like your reverse DNS lookups fails.  If your
client's IP is A.B.C.D, try this:

set type=PTR

If that does take time, it's rev DNS that's the culprit.


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