[ntp:questions] Re: Reference Identifier
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Sun Aug 3 16:59:40 UTC 2003
> right now, all the NTPv4 server set the reference identifier as the IPv4
> address of the primary ref (as it may seems) or, as said in RFC, the low
> order 32 bits (ie the fractional part, i'm i right?) of the latest
> transimt timestamp of the ref?
now i realize that i was wrong: NTPv4 servers DO NOT use tha ip address of
the reference, but what they use?
> BTW, if the NTPv4 server is doing right, what are exactly those 32 bits:
> the fractional part of the NTP timestamp of latest update from the
> reference source? the integral part?
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