No they don't.
I had the same problem with RedHat 6.2. I don't know why. When I use
Slackware, I don't have that problem. You may choose to run those services
as a daemon, if possible. I'm not sure if those can run in that mode, but
if it can, it should be a lot faster.
William Fong - www.digitaldev.com
> correct me when 'm wrong, but i think that
> telnet 192.168.99.11 or pop3-server 192.168.99.11 don't require any
> DNS-Services do they ?
> > > when i try to connect from my win98 clients to my linux box using
> > > pop3 the connection mostly can not be established or takes very long
> > > minute) to establish.
> > > from my nt 4 clients the connection is established in a second.
> > > all clients are in the same local network
> > > how should i analyse this problem ?
> > Just a guess...but check your DNS configuration...