>Quoting John Mc Donald (johnmcd at cs.may.ie):
>> > I'm not quite sure what you mean, but I think it is fine. Both use the
> > same dns server and both have entries in the DNS server. Why do you ask?
> > Can you be more specific?
>>Whenever I hear "Network service foo suffers delays of up to minute", I
>tend to think the cause might be failure to set up or fully populate the
>reverse DNS, or ensure that it matches the forward lookups.
>>This has been a common problem ever since widespread use of tcpwrappers (or
>xinentd) became fashionable.
Make sure that samba system can resolve the connecting system via
/etc/hosts or DNS server.
Any connection will do DNS timeout and then connect if this is not the case.
Have you timeout issues when connecting to other services ??
This is especially true if your are using the paranoid option in
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