Okay, so I have a 3640 router with a fast ethernet port on it. And I also have a 2950 switch set up with several different vlans that are trunked through one port to the 3640 fast ethernet port.
Now the problem I'm having is that since I put the router and switch in, I've been getting a huge delay in ping time. Not so much the milliseconds (about 4 ms average), but when I start the ping, it just kinda idles there for 5-10 seconds and then starts showing the ping data.
even computers on the same subnet in this setup do the same thing. I get no such delay when I type in the actual ip address, but only with the host names.
If the problem only occurs when using DNS, that would be the first thing I would look at. Ensure that pings to your DNS server are good by IP and test the DNS server response by doing some nslookups from a workstation.
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