[ntp:questions] Using SNTP request always with T1 as zero

Mastuac jordi_pn at yahoo.es
Thu Apr 19 08:24:40 UTC 2007

On Apr 17, 12:46 am, Harlan Stenn <s... at ntp.isc.org> wrote:
> >>> In article <1176719807.676167.124... at q75g2000hsh.googlegroups.com>, "Mastuac" <jordi... at yahoo.es> writes:
> Mastuac> Hello, I'm implementing sntp on a small micro.  Is there any
> Mastuac> problem if I send the sntp request message with the Originate
> Mastuac> Timestamp (T1) always as zero?  So the offset would be t= (T2 - 0)
> Mastuac> + (T3 - T4 ).  The only utility of T1 is to allow the client to
> Mastuac> distinguish from delayed server responses?
> Do the math.  Look at all 4 terms.
> I think you will figure it out pretty quickly.
> If all else fails, give it a try and see how well it works.
> H

yes,  it was stupid question...

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