On Sun, 23 May 1999, Claudio Eichenberger wrote:
> Doug White wrote:
> > On Sat, 22 May 1999, Claudio Eichenberger wrote:
> > > We connect our Intranet 10.0.0.# via a FreeBSD 2.2.7 machine which makes
> > > ipfw, natd to an ISP by ppp which dynamically attributes us an IP at
> > > every call we make. Everything works fine. There's just this small
> > > problem. e.g.
> > >
> > > % telnet an.internet.host #ppp opens the line
> > >
> > > nothing happens, you either stop the telnet and start a new one
> > >
> > > % telnet an.internet.host ^C
> > > % telnet an.internet.host #now it works, the connection will be
> > > established
> > Sounds like DNS problems. Check your firewall rules.
> Thanks for your rapid answer
> - The problem exists equally while using an IP instead of a hostname
> - The problem exists whether we use our firewall rules, or the 'open'
Slow arp, then maybe? Your best bet is to run tcpdump then attempt the
connection. Perhaps that will give you a clue.
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