[time] Since TTN seems to focus our attention on EU I want to bring peoples attention to US/Worl
Fri Aug 10 13:00:41 UTC 2007
> I've been rotated in several times and I have observed the
> onslaught of ttnet on my time server. The load at such times
> is around 100 queries per second according to ntpdc -n -c monlist
> <http://www.zweije.nl.eu.org/ntp/>, with around 60-80 of them from ttnet.
> Despite only having 500kbit upstream, I observed no problems. And I
> shouldn't, because it's only 10% of the bandwidth.
Silly question from someone in the US who has not
personally observed the TTN load:
Is that 100 queries per second for a whole hour or is it bursty
in some other pattern?
Is it 100 clients hitting once a second, or is it 1000000
clients each hitting every 1024 seconds, or something
> Now my ADSL set is setup in that it has no router [...]
> There is no address translation
I think the specific thing here is not whether it's a router or not,
or whether the modem is internal or not, but address translation
being turned on.
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