[ntp:questions] Under which circumstances a reply comes 126 seconds later?
Jos van de Ven
jvdven at vdveninfo.extrabytes.eu
Wed Mar 5 15:06:07 UTC 2008
"Danny Mayer" <mayer at ntp.isc.org> schreef in bericht
news:47CE98DE.2010601 at ntp.isc.org...
> Jos van de Ven wrote:
>> I picked up this packet:
>> Client, Leap indicator: (0), Stratum 2, poll 7s, precision -19
>> Root Delay: 0.008636, Root dispersion: 0.008285, Reference-ID:
>> Reference Timestamp: 3413695597.398913090 (2008/03/05
>> Originator Timestamp: 3413695639.406220430 (2008/03/05
>> Receive Timestamp: 3413695639.422517702 (2008/03/05
>> Transmit Timestamp: 3413695766.390876860 (2008/03/05
>> Originator - Receive Timestamp: +0.016297271
>> Originator - Transmit Timestamp: +126.984656429
>> Why does my server reply so late? (if I understand well)
>> I have "limited" in ntp.conf, could that be the cause?
>> Jos van de Ven
> NTP never delays sending replies unless something is preventing it from
> running. I have never heard of a "limited" option in ntp.conf. What
> version of ntp are you running, on what platform, what does your
> ntp.conf look like and what else could be prempting ntp?
Please forget the post, I have deleted it.
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