Did you try adding the addresses of the servers to /etc/hosts of the ftp
Also, are pings (ie ICMP packets) allowed into your servers, and do you have
identd running on them? I have a vague feeling that ftp servers query that,
but I could be wrong.
On Thursday 15 August 2002 17:19, adam wrote:
> Me again, and thanks for the last time...
>> I'm having that old problem with FTP connections hanging, i.e. I get as far
> as "Connecting to $HOST" and it hangs for 15-30 seconds before I atually
> connect. Downloads are fine (as is ssh). It's happening for all three of my
> servers, so I'm either /really/ bad at networking, or it's down to there
> being no reverse DNS in here. So, is there any way of configuring wu-ftpd
> and/or xinetd not to do reverse lookups (out of the box); or is it
> something completely different?
>> Ta again,
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