[ntp:questions] NTPD on Windows NT4

derek.flake at bell.ca derek.flake at bell.ca
Fri Aug 12 13:37:41 UTC 2005


That clk_fault error in event viewer seems to be expected in a Windows
environment, I was told to ignore it.

It looks like you just can't connect to any of your servers.  Can you
ping them?  Try using the IP of the servers in the conf file...

PS. I'm by no means an expert or even an intermediate NTP-er... these
are just suggestions, hopefully someone more knowledgeable can confirm

Derek Flake
Bell Canada
Video Networks
(613) 785-7099
derek.flake at bell.ca

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[mailto:questions-bounces at lists.ntp.isc.org] On Behalf Of Anders
Sent: August 12, 2005 9:17 AM
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Subject: [ntp:questions] NTPD on Windows NT4

Hi Group!

I'm trying to run XNTPD on an old WinNT4 machine. Having installed the 
Meinberg package ntp-4.2.0a at 1.1354-o-win32-setup.exe I can't get it
The eventlog says:
"clock LOCAL(1) event 'clk_fault' (0x03)"
"configuration of xx.xx.xx.xx failed" and
"Could not find suitable interface for xx.xx.xx.xx"

ntpq -p reads:
C:\Program\NTP\bin>ntpq -p
     remote           refid      st t when poll reach   delay   offset 
 LOCAL(1)        LOCAL(1)        12 l   56   64    1    0.000    0.000 

And the ntp.conf file looks like this:
# NTP Network Time Protocol
# Configuration File created by Windows Binary Distribution Installer
# please check http://www.ntp.org for additional documentation and 
background in

# Use drift file
driftfile "C:\Program\NTP\etc\ntp.drift"

# your local system clock, should be used as a backup
# but it should operate at a high stratum level to let the clients know
e them to
# use any other timesource they may have.
fudge stratum 12

# Use specific NTP servers
server ntp2.gbg.netnod.se
server tick.telia.net
server ntp2.sp.se
server ntp.lth.se

# End of generated ntp.conf --- Please edit this to suite your needs

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance

Anders J 

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