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Long delay when connecting to server via ssh

I am installing IP Filters on a Solaris 9 Sun server.  

The initial connetion to the server is extremely slow.  After getting the username prompt, there is a 45+ second delay (DNS??) with the connection returning a password prompt.

I have the following in my IP Filters configuration file:


block in log on bge0 all
block in log on bge1 all
pass out quick all

block in quick proto tcp from any to any port = 23
pass in quick from any to any port = 22
pass in quick from any to any port = 53

Any suggestions on improving connection response time?
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aewhale
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DavidSenior Oracle Database AdministratorCommented:
What tool(s) do you have that might let you run a detailed packet-level trace on this?
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aewhaleAuthor Commented:
Snoop on Solaris says that the packets go out.

Wireshark on the Linux box indicates that they never arrive.
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aewhaleAuthor Commented:
resolved.

changing pass out all to
pass out all keep state
 
enable dns lookups.
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