On Fri, Jan 03, 2003 at 11:22:51PM -0600, Hari Bhaskaran wrote:
> I can't seem to avoid the initial login delay for sshd.

oops! - this was a known gotcha since July. Fixed by copying
/etc/resolv.conf to /var/empty/etc/resolv.conf (and +schg-ing
everything in there).


At 3 minutes less per login, this saves me... let me see.. 3*60*24*.... :)

> I have turned off reverse lookup - "VerifyReverseMapping no".
> I don't use inetd - even then, hosts.allow has only one -
> "ALL : ALL : allow". I have an ipfilter firewall which
> lets only one tcp port for ssh in (from select IPs).
> I see the question has been asked before 
> However, I didn't see any answers there.
> /etc/rc.conf: sshd_flags="-4 -u0"
>               inetd_enable="NO"
> I have turned off RhostsAuthentication, RhostsRSAAuthentication, 
> No user@host pattern in AllowUsers and DenyUsers -  Things that would
> have required reverse DNS lookup according to man page.
> An ssh 3.4p1 client running from a different machine with couple of -v's gives
>       <--- A delay of almost 1 to 2 minutes.
> debug3: input_userauth_banner
> I use the 'Banner' thing at the server - that is the debug3 line.
> I have tried with & without the banner (just being paranoid) but
> still the same result.
> Any help is appreciated
> --
> Hari Bhaskaran

Hari Bhaskaran 

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