>> 1. ssh FQDN works fine
>> 2. ssh IPADDRESS works fine
>> 3. ssh hostname has a delay of anything up to 1 minute.
> One wonders how this differs from resolving the FQDN ... are there
> nameserver issues here ?
According to the weeboy, no, as "host servername" works fine, as do the
fqdn & reverse lookup.
The search domain is also cool in resolv.conf, you know, the usual stuff.
>> So, to resolve this I can either do
>>>> 1. "ssh -4"
>> this would be the most elegant solution, which can be added to your bash
> alias list ... alias ssh='ssh -4' ?
Never thought of that, but I bet it won't be enough for him.
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