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Hi to all of you out there,
After succesfully getting DNS for my local 192.168.1.x zone working, I am experiencing two isues:
When logging in at the machine itself, it takes several minutes before the loginscreen disappears. However, this was not the case when tha machine had a real IP#. Now it has 192.168.1.100 and is quering its own DNS server on 127.0.0.1, which forwards anything outside its authority to the ISP's DNS.
Which service takes its time to figure something out over the internet, it can't get any more since the machine is sitting behind a masquerading router?
Maybe this issue has something to do with a], but I doubt. When hitting <command><K> in the finder, the machine sees itself twice in the localnet: once with its new 192.168.1.100 IP# and once with a stale IP# I used at the beginning, but is not existing in any configuration any more.
Where does it come from, and where can I delete it?
[sourserver:/var] schen% more slp.regfile
# initial reg file automatically generated
% sudo rm slp.regfile
Thanks for any info,
|>Login window takes ages to disappear (From: Alexander Holst <email@hidden>)|
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