[ntp:questions] Re: NTP Stats within norm?

Scott L. Glidden test at test.com
Fri May 26 13:13:13 UTC 2006

Yes, too many servers has been established.

Bogus address (which one)

Yes, I am familiar with rules. This is a primary NTP server for 8 other 
servers. I was using a NON PPS gps receiver and found the internet servers 
worked better (Much less jitter).... Currently working on locating a PPS 
device in the mean time... Was thinking about trying a bluetooth GPS 
receiver to see if it worked any better than the RS-232 connected GPS box...

Thanks for your input as well (even though it seems a bit 

"David Woolley" <david at djwhome.demon.co.uk> wrote in message 
news:T1148592900 at djwhome.demon.co.uk...
> In article <4475a28e$1_2 at ns2.industrial-logic.com>,
> "Scott L. Glidden <test at test.com>" wrote:
>> -time.nist.gov   .ACTS.           1 u   87  512   37   70.905   10.262
> 1.691
> There are two many servers and I would seriously question whether they
> have been chosen rationally and whether someone posting from Earthlink
> with an essentially bogus address is likely to have any justification
> for using stratum one servers (other than a machine with a radio clock
> on their own site).  Have you read the rules of engagement?

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