[ntp:questions] SNTP "LOCL" RFC 5905/RFC 4330
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Wed Jun 15 18:54:25 UTC 2011
Hans Peter wrote:
> I'm using an SNTP Server in a local subnet without any
> reference time synchronisations.
> The SNTP Server is implemented by myself and on the
> local subnet it is Stratum 1 and the Reference-ID in
> the SNTP-Package is "LOCL" (Local uncalibrated clock).
> The SNTP Server implementation belongs to RFC 4330
> and for this reason "LOCL" seems to be ok.
> RFC 5905 obsoletes RFC 4330 and I can find any word
> about "LOCL" in RFC 5905.
> Now I would like to make my SNTP Implementation conform
> to RFC 5905. Is
> it allowed that I'm using "LOCL" as reference identifier?
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