[ntp:questions] Re: Can you test my server please.

Chris Hastie chris at loopy.oak-wood.co.uk
Wed Nov 24 09:35:05 UTC 2004


In message <cnr653$lt0$1 at red.darkmere.gen.nz>, Simon Lyall
<simon at darkmere.gen.nz> writes
>
>The IP of the server is 202.49.59.7 [3] . I would be interested to know
>what it does both as the sole server configured or when other servers are
>configured as well.

ash# ntpdate -q 202.49.59.7
server 202.49.59.7, stratum 0, offset 0.000000, delay 0.00000
24 Nov 09:29:44 ntpdate[28382]: no server suitable for synchronization found

SamSpade:
11/24/04 09:31:09 Time 202.49.59.7
Time 202.49.59.7 ...

Daytime (remote timezone): Connection failed

Time (local timezone): Connection failed

SNTP Response               DD/MM/YYYY  HH:MM:SS.MS
Client Originate Date was   24/11/2004, 09:31:15.823
Server Receive Date was     03/06/1998, 11:13:13.000
Server Transmit Date was    03/06/1998, 11:13:13.000
Client Destination Date was 24/11/2004, 09:31:16.223
Round trip delay was 0.400000 seconds
Local clock offset was -204416283.023000 seconds

CyberKit:
Leap Indicator 0, NTP Version 1, Mode 4
Stratum Level 15 (Secondary reference)
Poll Interval 0 (1 seconds), Precision 0 (1000.00000 ms)
Root Delay 0.00 ms, Root Dispersion 0.00 ms
Reference Identifier 0.0.0.0
Time server clock was last synchronized on Thursday, February 07, 2036 06:28:16

Server Date & Time: Wednesday, June 03, 1998 12:13:13
Delta: -204416376.584500 seconds
Round Trip Time 430 ms


I did have a few others (Automachron, Tardis) but I can't spot where
they're installed (or if they still are) right now. If I find them I'll
let you know.
-- 
Chris Hastie



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