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Re: ntp config tech note
- From: Eric A. Hall
- Date: Fri May 21 11:20:15 2004
On 5/20/2004 10:57 PM, Randy Bush wrote:
> you ask do folk run ntpd on every server.
> i wonder if folk run ntpd on every router. i did and do.
every server, router, switch, and workstation that supports it
PCs are the hardest part. you can net put "time \\source /yes" in the
login script to smack them into synch but they'll drift if you don't have
a real listener. win2k also has listeners but a little rough to config.
there are third party widgets too.
mcast/bcast where possible too, and dhcp config as well
ntp is one of the easier services to globally config
Eric A. Hall http://www.ehsco.com/
Internet Core Protocols http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/coreprot/