[Pool] Taking down my NTP server in Turkey
Jose Gerardo Perales Soto
gerardo.perales at axtel.com.mx
Fri Aug 3 15:46:17 UTC 2012
I currently have 3 servers assigned to another zone.
Can they be added to the .tr zone too?
- Gerardo Perales
From: pool-bounces+gerardo.perales=axtel.com.mx at lists.ntp.org [mailto:pool-bounces+gerardo.perales=axtel.com.mx at lists.ntp.org] On Behalf Of Svavar Kjarrval
Sent: Viernes, 03 de Agosto de 2012 08:59 a.m.
To: pool at lists.ntp.org
Subject: Re: [Pool] Taking down my NTP server in Turkey
If it's ok that a server is in England, then I can donate it to the zone for now.
- Svavar Kjarrval
On 02/08/12 15:32, Henk P. Penning wrote:
> On Wed, 1 Aug 2012, Mouse wrote:
>> Date: Wed, 1 Aug 2012 19:24:29 +0200
>> From: Mouse <mouse at Rodents-Montreal.ORG>
>> To: pool at lists.ntp.org
>> Subject: Re: [Pool] Taking down my NTP server in Turkey
>> Sender: pool-bounces+henkp=cs.uu.nl at lists.ntp.org
>> They're using the tr country-code zone? Then I have to wonder why we
>> still have a tr zone. As *ahem* unfortunate as it would be for other
>> Turks, it appears Turk Telekom is uninterested in participating in
>> the cooperative, mutually helpful network the pool is designed for.
>> Putting up an announcement on (sigh) the pool webpages that we have
>> no tr zone (and perhaps giving some subtitute, tr2 maybe?) and
>> explaining why would, it seems to me, break the abusive access while
>> being about as minimally disruptive as possible to others.
>> But this seems so obvious I can hardly imagine nobody's thought of it
>> before. So presumably there's some reason why it hasn't been done.
> The reason (I think) is that Turk Telekom's abuse of the pool,
> isn't a good enough reason /not/ to provide good ntp service
> to the people in ".tr".
> I support the current work-around : asking volunteers for "tr.pool",
> to spread the load. To put presure on the Turk Telekom users, or
> tamper with their service is (imho) 'evil', as in "don't be evil".
> What can be done ?
> -- Is there some page that describes the problem ?
> -- If not, can someone write it up ? [I'm not volunteering ;-]
> and then ...
> ... maybe Ask can put it on www.pool.ntp.org
> [ I don't see a ref to Turk Telekom there yet ]
> ... everybody can contact Turk Telekom about the abuse
> ... we can get Turk Telekom to acknowledge there is a problem
> ... we can work /with/ Turk Telekom to find a better work-around,
> or maybe even get them to fix the problem.
> In the meantime, join the .tr pool, and enjoy the spikes!
> Worry only about bandwidth ; your server can take it ;
> ours (2001) didn't even blink, serving 25,000 packs/sec on
> the last "leap-second" day. See our 'Traffic' stats here:
> ... observer the decrease in traffic due to added tr.pool servers.
> Henk Penning
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