In message <_A3122@delegate-en.ML_> on 01/31/06(05:34:55)
you Gertjan Klein <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
|>Hmm... I uploaded dbg4.exe to inspect for which host/addr the scan_HOSTS()
|>function is stacking. I think you will be able to escape the problem by
|>adding HOSTS=host/addr by hand.
|The new log is at http://www.gklein.org/temp/dg_log4.txt
|The culprit appears to be lines like the following:
|(WIN) 25:48  ------ addhost1(localhost/:::::::)
|I also noticed that on the second run of delays, this line appears
|multiple times. I wonder why that is?
The delay seems to be caused just to convert IPv6 address from symbolic
representation like ":::::::" to its binary representation.
Maybe it is delayed in inet_aton() or inet_pton(), and maybe the protocol
interpreter invoked when the connection is accepted via your VPN does not
interpret it. I did not suppose such case when I supported IPv6 in
|I must admit I don't quite understand this line. Does this indicate an
|IPV6 address? If so, is there any way I can turn off IPV6 support? I
|don't need it.
IPv6 can be disabled at the compilation time by selecting socket libraries.
For the time being, try pre2dbg5.exe with disalbed initialzation for
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