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On Thu, 2007-11-01 at 22:20 +0000, Andy Green wrote:
> Somebody in the thread at some point said:
> > Hi,
> > 
> > I experienced a slow web page openning. When I try to open a web page eg
> > http://home.aapt.com.au, It starts 'looking up home.aapt.com.au
> > <http://home.aapt.com.au>, this lasts more than 40 seconds then to start
> > 'transfer from home.aapt.com.au <http://home.aapt.com.au>. VERY SLOW.
> > However, if I got the ip adddress of this, eg
> > http://203.63.89.59 <http://203.63.89.59>
> > the 'looking up' lasts less than 2 seconds and start trasfer ...
> > 
> > I guess it may relate to the ISP dns, apart from the ISP side, what else
> > I can improve this?
> 
> You can run your own cacheing DNS server very easily with Fedora.
> 
> Just install bind
> 
> # yum install bind caching-nameserver
> # service named start
> # chkconfig named on
> 
> Edit /etc/resolv.conf to say to use your own DNS
> 
> nameserver 127.0.0.1
> 
> ...and that's it, you can test with ping
> 
> ping home.aapt.com.au
> 
> If your normal DNS server is unreliable, this is a great and fast fix.
----
unless the problem is ipv6

try turning ipv6 off

system-config-network (select your interface, double click it, uncheck
ipv6, save, restart)

Craig


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