[ntp:questions] Re: restrict in ntpdc
brad at stop.mail-abuse.org
Wed Nov 3 13:36:54 UTC 2004
At 9:41 AM +0100 2004-11-03, Nagy Bela wrote:
> I heard the using iburst without prior permission is highly unfriendly.
> And I dont have permissions.
No, "iburst" is usually okay. The use of "burst" is discouraged.
The difference here is that "iburst" causes a burst of packets to
be used only in the first volley and never again, while "burst" would
use a burst of packets to be used every time a volley is sent.
Brad Knowles, <brad at stop.mail-abuse.org>
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