I am experiencing a problem: when users logon to UNIX from their PC
using either telnet or reflection, it takes minutes to logon. The server
does not reject a connection, instead, it puts all incoming telnet
sessions on hold for few minutes before it returns with a login prompt.
Our PCs are obtaining their IPs from a NT DHCP server, however, the
HP/UX 10.20 server is configured as the DNS server. We've found out the
HPUX exhaustively perform inverse DNS lookup until time out. We phoned
HP but replied no solution to this problem, all we could do is giving
all PC addresses phony names.
Any one has experienced this before and any suggestions?