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Both use Key authentication for ssh, both use the same sshd_config.
Same user and key even.
Making an ssh connection to one system logs me in immediately, the other one takes almost 30 seconds before I get my prompt. I went through all settings disabled iptables but can't see any reason why this is happening.
I have a similar issue, using some ubuntu boxes as static IP boxes, caching packages to install across network. Some respond immediately on ssh, others take a few seconds, others take up to a minute. I'm resigned to it at this stage! I think it may have something to do with network latency at particular points.