[ntp:questions] Tobit LAN!Time DCF77 receiver not working

Marc-Andre Alpers m-a.alpers at web.de
Fri Dec 25 11:51:57 UTC 2009


Es schrieb Rob:

> Get a better set of time references on the network (that a referenced
> off a GPS or similar clock) and that agree to eachother.
> With this set, there is no way to tell where you are.

And now?

     remote           refid      st t when poll reach   delay   offset  jitter
==============================================================================
 LOCAL(0)        .LOCL.          10 l    6   64  377    0.000    0.000   0.001
*SHM(0)          .DCFa.           0 l   54   64  377    0.000    1.898   0.478
 ntp1.sda.t-onli .PPS.            1 u   22  128  377   32.013   32.997   2.745
 ntp1.sul.t-onli .PPS.            1 u    7  128  377   37.546   32.421   5.332
 metasweb01.admi .HBGi.           1 u    7  128  377   38.800   32.678   1.276
 chronos.zedat.f .PPS.            1 u   20  128  377   39.441   30.029   1.489
 ntp1.rrze.uni-e .DCFp.           1 u   10  128  377   35.681   33.177   3.585

It seems i have an offset of round about 31 ms. Right?
In remembrance, I do not need a hundred percent right time. Just as close as
possible with this setup. The computer will not work in a temperature
controlled environment. 

MfG Marc-Andre Alpers




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