Have a look at the different "ad.doubleclick.net" addresses included in the web site.

Find out the ip address and put them in your /etc/hosts file like this:           ad.doubleclick.net           uk.doubleclick.net           ad.uk.doubleclick.net         ad.fr.doubleclick.net

This will solve the loading time of the different websites with konqueror, firefox 
etc( sticking to load 90% of the images of the web site). 
This issue doesn't seem to exist when you use Opera. 

Kind regards


On Thu, 15 Apr 2004 08:36:17 +0100
Matthew Seaman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Wed, Apr 14, 2004 at 08:43:53PM +0000, Travis Troyer wrote:
> > I am running FreeBSD 5.2.1-Release on two systems, a server that acts as a NAT 
> > Gateway for my cable service, and a client.  When trying to load various 
> > websites on the client machine, I get a delay, usually about 25 seconds, 
> > during which Mozilla will tell me it's resolving the hostname.  I also get 
> > the same situation with Konqueror or lynx.  It only happens on certain sites, 
> > for example, Bankone.com.  With loading Bankone.com, after the homepage 
> > initially loads, I can load any page on the site without problems.  Using 
> > this same system, and dual booting into Windows, I find that I can load these 
> > sites with no problem, leading me to believe that it is a configuration 
> > problem with my FreeBSD installation; however, I can not figure out what the 
> > problem is.  I would really appreciate any help in this matter.
> You could well be right -- a lot of DNS servers out there do not
> respond correctly (or even at all) to queries for AAAA or A6 records.
> You can confirm if that is the case by using tcpdump to show you what
> DNS traffic your system is generating as you browse around.
> This is a case of FreeBSD users being penalised for running a properly
> standards compliant OS by stupid service providers who are unable to
> install standards compliant DNS servers with support for RR types
> introduced getting on for 10 years ago now.  Even worse, DNS servers
> that don't return any response to such a request, which forces your
> system to wait for the whole 30s of the DNS timeout.
>       Cheers,
>       Matthew
> -- 
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